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Well, my new 80 gig Seagate SATA is on the way. When it gets here I am going to partitiion and set up XP Pro and SuSE 9.2 on it. ...
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    PIM for Linux?


    Well, my new 80 gig Seagate SATA is on the way. When it gets here I am going to partitiion and set up XP Pro and SuSE 9.2 on it.

    I have been using for years (and have found none better) Daytimer 98 (a personal info manager). It was actually designed for Win 95/98, but works best in XP.
    So my question is -
    IS THERE A PIM I can look forward to using in Linux?

    One thing that I like about Daytimer is that it has an auto dial feature. Could I also look forward to that?

    Thanks for helping a n00b!!

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    Found one

    Me BIG n00b !!
    Done a Google and it looks like Gnome is a PIM - but I would like some feedback if it is out there on any with an auto-dial feature.

    Thanks again!

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