Oh ya, it needs to work on XP.

Bo Hamilton wrote:

If your a linux guy or have one you know, you can use a program called "conflux" (www.conflux.ee) its a groupware program that has mail, calendar, job ect. Its very clean and functional with a nice interface (http). I use this so I can hit my schedule anywhere on the net. Any groupware will work but this is the best Iv seen (free up to 5 users). Egroupware (www.egroupware.org) is another one, less visual pleasing than conflux and its free plus it syncs with outlook (I think). I like conflux the best due to its job and time tracking ability.


Matt Larsen - Lists wrote:

Reliable Internet, LLC wrote:

How do ya'll do it? I used to remember everything, but I am forgetting things lately. Maybe it's old age (i did just turn 22) or maybe the work volume has increased past my memory's capacity. Either way I need a solution. Do I go with a program on the laptop? Or some kind of handheld device. I don't currently own a handheld, and would be willing to purchase. What seems to be most efficient for you all?


Yahoo Calendar. It will also sync up with Outlook so you can share the calendar. We are sharing our calendar with all employees and our primary installers. Not the cleanest, but it works well.

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