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New PIM Available – Chandler

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New PIM Available – Chandler

A new version of the Personal Information Manager (PIM) called Chandler has been released to the general public.

Why they named it after a character from “Friends” I don’t know. What I do know is that it looks very pretty.

It looks quite promising, especially as Thunderbird still has no in-built calendaring function. I look forward to the time when Chandler has its own integrated email.

From the Chandler website:

Chandler is an open source Personal Information Management (PIM) client application with innovative design and ambitious plans for sharing, extensibility and cross-platform support. This vision overview or roadmap (Jim McCarthy would call it a “technology plan” or “a Tomorrowland that has credibility”) explains our high-level ideas for achieving these ambitions.

I haven’t had a chance to look at it properly yet but it’s on my list of things to do this weekend.

Anyone else had any experience with it?

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1 Comment

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    “Never used it Flip. If I worked for myself, it might be an option, but in the corporate environment, I’d be lost without Outlook/Exchange and it’s synchronization to my Treo. It does look pretty though :)”

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