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    Could anyone recommend a basic calendar and planning program that I could se for day to day activities? I don't want anything too complicated just something basic... o and don't worry about the cost of the software, I'm sure I'll find it cheap somewhere on the net
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    Something like MS Outlook would do the job. Or you could try Google Calendar.
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    No way, I had it all along. I always thought outlook was just email. Seems perfect, thankyou. Would rep you but I need to "spread some Reputation around before giving it to JayEm again".
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    (Original post by shuvle)
    No way, I had it all along. I always thought outlook was just email. Seems perfect, thankyou. Would rep you but I need to "spread some Reputation around before giving it to JayEm again".
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    You could also try Mozilla Sunbird, as a slightly sleeker alternative. It's also available as a Firefox extension or part of the Mozilla suite.
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    I second Google Calendar - very easy to use, and it's mobile. Introduced a couple of friends to it and they're hooked onto getting their lives organised now! :yy:
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    I used to use Messenger Plus! - it had a very basic 'scheduler' function. Seems that's been removed now though. Shame because it was exactly what I needed. :mad:
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    right I've tried and tested all of your recommendations and I review it like this:
    1)Outlook- by far the most user friendly. Quick input and nice use of colours different things.

    2)Google- Very simple, not as user friendly as Outlook but the added bonus of being able to access it on any computer connected to the net.

    3)Mozilla Sunbird- sleeker yes, though harder to use than the previous two

    4) Messenger Plus- Kinda remember this but couldn't find it on the net, well to be honest I didn't look that hard but thx anyway.

    These are all very similar but Outlook wins it for me. ( I may be slightly bias as I have used Office since I could walk ) thanks for your help guys!
 
 
 
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