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Full Article Attached OEone Launches New Version of HomeBase ANYWHERE

Saturday May 10th, 2003

Jesse Ruppell of OEone wrote in to tell us that the company has launched an improved version of HomeBase ANYWHERE. The service, which is designed to work with Mozilla, offers IMAP email, LDAP contact management, Internet calendaring (OEone have made significant contributions to the development of Mozilla Calendar), online WebDAV document storage and more. It currently costs $35.95 US a year ($47.95 Canadian plus tax for orders within Canada) with a 60 day free trial available.


#5 Re: I'd like this explained...

by mlefevre

Sunday May 11th, 2003 12:19 PM

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unfortunately bookmarks.html does use proprietary attributes, yes - it uses the same format as Netscape 4. I guess they could switch to XML, but I'm not sure what advantage that would bring. Currently the bookmarks.html can be viewed by other browsers - switching to XML or something would prevent that, as well as breaking compatibility with Netscape 4.x, IE's Import/Export, and various other bookmark managing software which supports the existing non-standard HTML format.