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  •  18 Nov 2004 10:22
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    Release Notes: Event location is now enabled and working. Bad organizer/attendee emails from Outport are now handled. The importer is now specified as the organizer when importing from iCalendar. Initial integration with the ScheduleWorld LDAP-based contacts service was implemented along with initial support for importing VCARD (2.1/3.0) contacts. The program now ensures that the SyncML device or IMEI has finished editing before saving.

    •  01 Nov 2004 15:05
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      Release Notes: A new J2ME client for cell phones was added. The timezone transition day offset was fixed. An offline bug where the calendar could be locked was fixed. More SyncML updates were made (Nokia phones are very broken). Two corner cases in recurring events were fixed. Big bandwidth optimizations were made for when two or more computers use or sync the same account. Calendar tree and personal calendar handling fixes were made.

      •  10 Aug 2004 15:31
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        Release Notes: Security permission fixes were made for the JGoodies look and feel. The default look and feel for Mac OS X is System, and Plastic3D is the default for others. SyncML was updated. An Outlook interoperability fix was made for timezone conversion. iCalendar parser updates were made for vCal interoperability.

        •  06 Aug 2004 19:13
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          Release Notes: The calendar tree is fully functional wrt nested folders and calendars. There is free/busy support to start behaving as an Evolution/Mozilla server and to allow Outlook/Notes users to see your ScheduleWorld schedule when creating a meeting. A bug while creating new contacts has been fixed.

          •  02 Aug 2004 19:27
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            Release Notes: Full asynchronous sending is now supported while online. ToolTips provide summary and optional start/end and description text. The year view allows mass deletion of events. You can now import CSV data into any personal calendar.

            •  28 Jul 2004 14:15
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              Release Notes: Major look and feel enhancements (JGoodies) were made. CSV importing was fixed. Color fixes were made.

              •  22 Jul 2004 14:19
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                Release Notes: SyncML support was added, allowing you to keep ScheduleWorld in sync with Exchange, Outlook, Palm, Pocket PC, cell phones, and more. Also, bad weather data checks, WebDAV fixes, and workarounds for bad iCalendar data created with Apple iCal were added.

                •  05 Jul 2004 11:24
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                  Release Notes: Adds the ability to subscribe to remote WebDAV calendars, shared calendars with default base permissions, and a WAP service for today's events. Fixes Outlook 2003 update, refreshes the view after import, and shows the new event window after selecting a time and pressing a key.

                  •  23 Jun 2004 07:34
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                    Release Notes: In this version, initial WebDAV (read-only, non-encrypted components only) support has been added (tested with KOrganizer and Mozilla Calendar). There are recurrence bugfixes (logic and GUI related) and optimizations. There is full recurring support for email notifications. There were also some minor GUI enhancements.

                    •  11 Jun 2004 18:17
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                      Release Notes: The contacts manager allows you to assign multiple email messages and other attributes. You can select which of these multiple email messages will receive event notifications. This also allows you to receive SMS notifications on your cell phone through an email-SMS gateway.

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