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Hi. We have a small mixed network of PC and Macs in a small office, running OS 9.1(and possibly soon OS X), one Windoze 2000 and one Windoze XP PC. We are desperately searching for a multi-user multi-platform address book/calendar program that will allow us to sync our contacts/diaries across the various computers/users. I presume OSX does this well with iCal etc., but we have to accommodate the Windoze machines, so that won't work. Anyone have any solution? It would be much appreciated. Many thanks BOB -- from the Mac of Bob...

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    Default Address book/calendar shared for Mac & Windoze

    Hi.

    We have a small mixed network of PC and Macs in a small office, running
    OS 9.1(and possibly soon OS X), one Windoze 2000 and one Windoze XP PC.

    We are desperately searching for a multi-user multi-platform address
    book/calendar program that will allow us to sync our contacts/diaries
    across the various computers/users.

    I presume OSX does this well with iCal etc., but we have to accommodate
    the Windoze machines, so that won't work.

    Anyone have any solution? It would be much appreciated.

    Many thanks

    BOB


    --
    from the Mac of Bob
    Bob Guest

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    Default Re: Address book/calendar shared for Mac & Windoze

    In article <1fxa0di.15bkb5rac9tc0N%tatra.manvirgin.net>,
    [email]tatra.manvirgin.net[/email] (Bob) wrote:
    > Hi.
    >
    > We have a small mixed network of PC and Macs in a small office, running
    > OS 9.1(and possibly soon OS X), one Windoze 2000 and one Windoze XP PC.
    >
    > We are desperately searching for a multi-user multi-platform address
    > book/calendar program that will allow us to sync our contacts/diaries
    > across the various computers/users.
    >
    > I presume OSX does this well with iCal etc., but we have to accommodate
    > the Windoze machines, so that won't work.
    >
    > Anyone have any solution? It would be much appreciated.
    >
    > Many thanks
    >
    > BOB
    Go to the DataViz site. ([url]http://www.datavix.com[/url], if memory serves. Or
    Google from here.) They do this for Palm Pilot users; they might have
    something you can use. (I have a Palm Pilot and I can get the same
    information on both Windoze and Mac platforms. If they can do it for an
    individual user, I'd wager they could do something for you.)

    HR.
    Rowbotth Guest

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