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How to I get Korganizer kind of software for windows? Any inputs?

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migrated from Nov 10 '09 at 8:09

This question came from our site for professional and enthusiast programmers. – Sasha Chedygov Nov 10 '09 at 8:03
@Lakshmi: I think you should post your question to – RageZ Nov 10 '09 at 8:03
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Good news:

Native Windows version of KOrganizer released as part of Aethera reports that recently has released the 1.0 version of their cross-platform PIM suite Aethera. This includes KOrganizer as calendar and todo list component. The KOrganizer component is based on the original unmodified KOrganizer source code and has been ported to Windows using a similar technology as was used for porting KOrganizer/Embedded to the Qtopia environment.

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This once again is a great proof of the power and flexibility of open source development and KDE technology.

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This is a really, really, really old version. You almost certainly don't want this. You do, however, want the KDE on Windows installer. That will install KOrganizer for you and all the dependencies. – Mike McQuaid Nov 20 '09 at 19:51

KDE on Windows

The KDE on Windows Initiative is an ongoing project to port the KDE applications to MS Windows. Currently supported versions of Windows are XP, Vista and 7.

KDE on Windows is not yet in a final state, so some applications may be unsuitable for everyday use.

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Uh, I don't think you meant to post a link to this very thread. – Sasha Chedygov Nov 10 '09 at 9:02
uh, realy i did not. – user14049 Nov 13 '09 at 15:50

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