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WebCal is a free browser-based calendar program to help you keep track of your appointments, meetings, birthdays, etc. It's simple, yet has powerful scheduling features, email reminders, and a user-friendly interface, and being Web-based makes it ideal for use by groups of people.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  12 May 2003 07:01

    Release Notes: Support for the Hungarian language was added and a command injection vulnerability that occurred when updating preferences was fixed.

    •  27 Jun 2000 07:09

      Release Notes: multiple bugfixes

      •  05 Apr 2000 04:15

        Release Notes: A script for synching with Palm Pilots, items can now span two days, items added for mutiple days are now associated that way they should be for edits and deletes, association of notes with each item, new admin preferences for configuring some links, and other minor updates and bugfixes.

        •  24 Feb 2000 00:10

          Release Notes: A new edit item screen which allows the date to be changed, some minor feature enhancements, and many bugfixes.

          •  31 Jan 2000 05:04

            Release Notes: Support for using a MySQL or PostgreSQL database to store calendar data, continuing support for flat files, improvement of the day view look, rewritten data access code to improve performance, support for Russian, updates to some other language files, a few bugfixes, and a reorganization of the distribution tar-ball.

            Recent comments

            05 Jan 2005 05:37 beone

            Re: WebCal
            great software!!!!

            i am testing it on IIS 5.0 and seems that works perfectly.
            i am a complete ignorant with perl :)
            instead of typing username and password each time i have to recreate the cookie, it is possible to send to the calendar the parameters from a php page?
            could you help me?

            30 Jun 2000 06:22 andrewjohnson

            WebCal - repeating events
            The repeating even problem seems to have been fixed in the April release.
            I find the system very easy to use and especially like the fact that the calendars can be stored in plain text databases. This makes installation Very Easy!

            01 Feb 2000 09:40 AHinMaine

            Still got a ways to go...

            Looks really nice on the surface though. But things like repeating events still isn't working correctly. If you set up a repeating event like a vacation or something, and then want to delete it, you have to go in and manually delete each and every day that you set it to repeat...


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