Although some of us are able to manage our day without having to write down a schedule or refer to post-it notes, others cling to an old Filofax, electronic diary or even use our mobile to store our tasks, forthcoming meetings and 'to do' list. If someone else manages these for us and you forget to check your diary, you could land yourself in an embarrassing situation.
Microsoft's Outlook is a diary of choice for many professionals and it enables you to synchronise with your mobile, if you're lucky. However, there are a number of other free options, including UK Kalender 2.1.4. MonoCalendar 0.70 is another recommended application, very similar to the Apple iCal software. If you're a Mozilla Thunderbird user, you could try Lightning 0.3, which is a calendar application for their email client.
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