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wendy_in_md From: wendy_in_md Date: February 7th, 2006 05:17 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh, maybe this was the subscription one I saw:

I mostly use a paper-based planner (Franklin Covey), and I also have the Franklin Covey planning software, which is awesome, but I haven't switched over to it yet (and don't know if I will).

I also use the Outlook calendar feature, which is helpful during the workday when I have it open. Outlook has a good address book and calendar (with reminders, etc.). Is that an option?
priyabradfield From: priyabradfield Date: February 7th, 2006 06:07 am (UTC) (Link)
The problem with Outlook, which I've used in the past, is that it is a program you have to have on the computer you're using. I used it in LA and when we moved, my computer there got packed away - thus all my info is there!

That's why I want something that is web-based - something I can log into from any computer and see all my information.
wendy_in_md From: wendy_in_md Date: February 7th, 2006 02:35 pm (UTC) (Link)
I can access my Outlook email via web, including contacts and calendar if I sign into "Microsoft Outlook Web Access". My emails on the PC (IMAPed)and Web Access are "sync"ed, but I don't think the calendar and address book are. That could be because of my setup (my husband does all that), but if I only used Web Access for calendar and address book, then I could access them from anywhere, too.

This could all be because it's going through the company's server. Do you have a GoPets email account? Maybe they have a similar setup?

OK...I'm grasping at straws trying to be helpful LOL. Beyond Yahoo, Franklin Covey, and my Outlook PC calendar, I'm clueless. Good luck finding the right package. Let us know what you settle on.
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