Support for Remote Calendar Data in Mozilla Calendar
Friday August 23rd, 2002
Mike Potter writes in with some exciting news about Mozilla Calendar. In the latest builds it is now possible to store your events on a remote server (either a web server or an FTP server). Not only does this make it easier to keep track of your schedule if you use several computers, it also allows you to easily share your calendar data with friends. Read the full article for more details and instructions.
#19 Calender is a nice app, but not more
Sunday August 25th, 2002 2:00 AM
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I think that the people involved did a wonderful job. However I always thought that NS should have invested more in a strategic inclusion of calendar and teamwork functionality into the Mozilla/NS suite. Inclusion of the right features, especially for usage within companies would have made this an absolute killer feature that would be a serious threat to other, commercial solutions, thus widening and reinforcing the install base of mozilla/ns. The calendar, as it is now, and as it seems to be planned now is not really much more than countless other calendar apps that are available for windows or linux.