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ScheduleWorld

ScheduleWorld is an Internet address book and calendar client and server service that uses open standards to interoperate with most software. It supports SyncML and provides a J2ME calendar client, an Atom/RSS blog reader, TV listings, weather schedules, and time sheets.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Oct 2006 23:17

    Release Notes: Google calendar sync. A lot of polish on cell phone and Funambol client SyncML support.

    •  10 Jul 2006 23:41

      Release Notes: SyncML 1.2 support. Full Evolution SyncML support through SyncEvolution. BlackBerry SyncML support through MobileCreek. Exchange (5.5+) SyncML support through Brutus and SyncEvolution. Many enhancements and cleanups.

      •  10 Feb 2006 21:05

        Release Notes: A new HTML version has been released. A free LDAP Contacts service has been enabled. Contacts can have a JPEG photo. RSS/Atom support for todos/tasks has been added. You can set calendar colours. There are many DHTML and AJAX enhancements.

        •  05 Jul 2005 12:39

          Release Notes: The scrollbar works better in list and todo views under Linux. HTTP AUTH fix for WebDAV calendars. Issues with editing and saving LDAP contacts were fixed. Tree color issues were fixed. Sorting may be done by first/last or last/first. Unhandled VCARD X- properties are preserved throughout the system. Outlook "File As" is preserved.

          •  24 Jun 2005 18:06

            Release Notes: Dragging/resizing events, highlighting recurring events in the new year view, and saving edits to personal info have been fixed. Categories support to/from Sync4j SyncML, sensitivity support to/from Sync4j SyncML, and categories support to/from Sync4j SyncML have been added.

            Recent comments

            27 Jul 2004 09:56 markswanson

            Outlook does adhear to some open standards.
            Outlook uses RFC 2445, 2446, 2447 for the calendaring and scheduling data format, interoperability rules, and transmission over email. Microsoft was actually on the IETF ical working group and helped define these standards.

            27 Jul 2004 04:04 ldrolez

            Free and Open Standards ?
            Outlook ? Open Standard ? LOL !

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