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This software does allow multiple users to update one calendar. Meaning the calendar belongs to everyone and everyone can read and write to it. OrgScheduler 1+1 gives you low cost network solution for sharing central planner simultaneously with everyone in your workgroup. You can even set network alarms to remind the whole office of an important event, like a meeting, in real-time. Access to the OrgScheduler is controlled by the user security profiles. This is why information is always safe with OrgScheduler, whether it is implemented on a local network or on the Internet. The OrgScheduler 1+1 is built upon the interface options introduced in Microsoft Outlook. Exchanging data with other applications (Apple iCal, Microsoft Exchange Server, Android apps) is made easier with the new support for the iCal data format. The program gives you a customizable Resource Navigator, new Date Navigator, control over the events overlapping and a mechanism for sharing events between an arbitrary number of different resources. It features different time display options in the day view, automatic hints that display an event's start and end time together with its caption, multiple look and feel styles, event recurrence control. You can format the calendar according to your regional settings. It provides many types of views: Day, Week or Work Week, Month, Time Line views. You may obtain a collection of days which are considered holidays for the specific country, and add these holidays to the scheduler. You pay for the program only the first time and get all new versions of this program for FREE and for a lifetime!
What's New in this Release: Various internal optimizations and bug-fixes.
Link to OrgScheduler 1+1 sample code
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
License: Free To Try
Business::PIMS & Calendars
Date Added: Sep 03, 2009
Last check for an update: Apr 25, 2017
Last version date: Jan 19, 2017
Page Visit: 70
Malware Status: Not scanned yet