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CE Agenda

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Application Name CE Agenda
   
Version 1.0.6.8
   
Developer
   
License Type Exemptionware
The developer has explicity chosen to make available a program that was formerly a commercial product, however is explcitly re-licencing the program (without necessary changing the legal disclaimers within) to remove any and all statements of liability.
   
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Summary
Psion Epoc style PIM for datebook and to-do lists
   
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Screenshot of Monthy information display
Screenshot of Main program display
   
Description Psion Epoc style personal information manager that integrates Pocket Outlook data for to-do lists and calendar apointments.

This program was originally sold at $19.95, but was later donated to the public domain by HyunKeun Cho under the exemptionware policy.
   
Installation Instructions Unzip archive and copy appropriate CAB file to your handheld based on processor type, i.e. SH3, SH4, MIPS, and ARM. Note for ARM builds there are two versions, HPC2000 and CE.NET. Also note there are three language versions for each CPU build, Korean, Japanese, and English. Also included in the zip file is a database backup utility for CE Agenda and resource/anniversay data files.

After installation, to register, use:

User name = Registered
Serial number = 58d9b1423c27
   
Tags Datebook, Calender, Scheduler, Tasklist, exemptionware, hpcfactor
   
Popularity 393
Total Downloads 117
   
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 22 December 2012

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