How to plan the day of our life? Try Active Date Manager - powerful personal information manager and daytimer software. This smartly developed and good designed event planner will track your everyday tasks, save you diary, remind about holidays, birthdays and other special days.
Active Date Manager will help you manage appointments, to-do lists, schedules, and more. Set it up to send a visual or audible alarm to notify you of things to be done. Create and manage todo lists, and set alarms for individual entries. Sort your lists by priority, task, or due date, and add color-coding to help you further define your jobs. Then use the appointment reminder to display your jobs by day, week, or month. Make appointments and set up alarms to remind you of upcoming events or meetings. You can assign file names, documents and internet links with your task items and launch them on alarm or manually.
Built-in password manager feature provides you with on place to store your passwords and access them with just one click. Never forget a password again! You can give each password it's own associated username, informative description and notes. Active Date Manager allows you to generate passwords automatically and save them after that in your database.
Active Date Manager also offers powerful and customizable address book for your contact list. You can configure settings for each person including phone numbers, address, photo, e-mail, homepage etc. Each person's birthday automatically adds to your holidays and special days list. So Active Date Manager is also good birthday reminder for you.
Finally Active Date Manager uses 64-bit DES encryption to keep your value information away from prying eyes. You can protect your data with a password to save your privacy.
What's New in this Release: New release.
Link to Active Date Manager sample code
License: Free To Try
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Date Added: Feb 03, 2009
Last check for an update: Jan 14, 2017
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