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.
#9 Re: I'd like this explained...
Monday May 12th, 2003 7:10 AM
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We decided on Mozilla / Netscape's .html format so that in the future we can do things like synchronization of bookmarks. It wouldn't be hard to change it to read in .xml format, as they do in Chimera. This is a good suggestion, I'll see what we can do. One of the problems we had in this area is that there is no "standard" way of defining a bookmarks file. IE uses .url files, Mozilla / Netscape use .html files. We can read / write both formats, which I think is a pretty good solution.