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Thread: Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

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    Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

    I need a program to keep track of appointments, calendar events, etc. Hopefully one with optional pop-up reminders. I don't need integration into my phone or cross platform. Just this computer.

    Anybody know a program?
    64-Bit Ubuntu 12.04 (NEVER buy an HP laptop)

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    Re: Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

    If you want something which is integrated into Thunderbird, look into Lightning:

    http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/

    A lightweight but featurerich standalone application is, for example, Osmo:

    http://clayo.org/osmo/

    The default XFCE calendar application is Orage:

    http://www.kolumbus.fi/~w408237/orage/

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    Re: Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

    "A lightweight but featurerich standalone application is, for example, Osmo"
    Thanks for that installed looks great and hit the spot.
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    Re: Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

    I was hoping for something that would integrate well into Ubuntu. I downloaded Osmo and I'm going to play around with it a bit. Lightning is cool but I wasn't need an email handler and lightning is a plugin that doesn't integrate with Ubuntu right?

    Will this be a feature addition for 13.04 I wonder?
    64-Bit Ubuntu 12.04 (NEVER buy an HP laptop)

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    Re: Calendar Program for Ubuntu 12.10

    Evolution is the default calendar application for Gnome, and therefore integrates very well with the desktop. It does come with e-mail and other things as well, but of course you can only use the calendar side if you want.

    I'm not aware of any calendar-only application with good Gnome/Unity integration.

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