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I've made the move from M$ to Linux for my desktop at work. I used the Notes sections of Outlook a good bit for note taking. Now that I'm using ...
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    Notes Application Needed. Any Suggestions?


    I've made the move from M$ to Linux for my desktop at work. I used the Notes sections of Outlook a good bit for note taking. Now that I'm using Evolution, I need a small app. that will allow me to keep seperated notes in a flat file or small database. It's much nicer than keeping them all in a single document file. Would something like E-Notes be the answer?

    Running Jamd/RH9 and KDE.

    Thanks!
    bd

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    doesnt evolution already have a notes thing? i havent used it in liek 6 months coz it was too big/too complicated for what i wanted, but im sure there was a remionders or notes or somethign function.

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    That would be awesome, but I have yet to find it. I wonder if the newest release has this functionality? I am using an older version.

    bd

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    Gnome sticky notes

    I use gnome. Right click on taskbar add sticky notes (under Accessories).

    Try those. Dunno if they work with KDE - probably do.
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