PIMs (personal information managers)

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gtm
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PIMs (personal information managers)

Post by gtm » 25 Jun 2012 08:20

Presently there is no PIM that has all the following :

- Contacts with categories, customizable fields
- Calendar (like in outlook)
- Todo list (hierarchical)
- Notes (heirarchical)
- Encryption
- Import/export features
- Portable software
- Has way to sync with android, iphone, windows phone

EPIM Pro comes close to above. But they don't have a way to sync with phones directly.

tux.

Re: PIMs (personal information managers)

Post by tux. » 28 Jun 2012 16:17

Thunderbird Portable + Lightning + calendar providers + some other add-ons (for the contacts). Everything except the to-do list.

Mongoplus
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Re: PIMs (personal information managers)

Post by Mongoplus » 23 Oct 2012 23:25

I have been using Efficient Man's Organizer Free for some time now and love it. It has all the functions that I need and more (For Free!!!) and it also comes in a portable format too.

Here are some of the functions:

Contacts
To Do
Reminder
Password Manager
Diary
Notebook
Scheduler
Planner
and much more.

binocular222
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Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Re: PIMs (personal information managers)

Post by binocular222 » 01 Jan 2013 05:54

I tried a lot and finally come up with Microsoft Onenote
I'm a casual coder using AHK language. All of my xys scripts:
http://www.xyplorer.com/xyfc/viewtopic. ... 243#p82488

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