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eReminder Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — eReminder

Easy Calendar and Reminder.
$40.00 EXPIRED
User rating: 328 (33%) 670 (67%) 63 comments

eReminder was available as a giveaway on November 14, 2008!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$19.99
free today
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eReminder is a full-featured multi-resource calendar application designed specifically for planning, managing, and scheduling your important dates and time. It supports to view the schedules of several resources at the same time in a calendar view or a grid view, and lets you find out what everyone's schedule is for the day, find out which of your company's conference rooms is free at a specific time, or find out which cars of your clients are scheduled to wash next time.

It runs in the background, sits in the system tray, and makes it nearly impossible to forget birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, appointments, meetings, and other important events. What's more, it provides plenty of reminding ways: play music, execute application, send Email, speak the notification content, pop up a talking agent, reboot PC, etc.

eReminder Professional provides an easy way to share data with MS Outlook. It also provides powerful print function to present your calendar. Moreover, you can manage your holidays, and add them to your calendar. You can also use display-private/all-filter to filter appointments displayed in calendar. When have finished an appointment, you can flag it with completion. When you have a lot of appointments in calendar, marking those appointments complete can give you a clear view of which appointments you still have and which appointments you have finished, and let you have full control of your time.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/2000/2003/Vista

Publisher:

eTimeInc Software

Homepage:

http://www.etimeinc.com/Products/eReminder/eReminderSp1.htm

File Size:

36.7 MB

Price:

$40.00

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I downloaded this on Friday and it was activated. I double-checked to make sure that the registration "took". Today when I launched it, it shows up as unregistered, and no time to even evaluate it. I am irritated that after taking the time to download, install and activate, it doesn't work.

Reply   |   Comment by blj  –  7 years ago
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What a joke!!!!
I downloaded, instated and activated; program showed registration code.
Less than twelve(12) hours later program says"trial is up" pay now.
????Bait and switch????
jr

Reply   |   Comment by jr  –  7 years ago
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I was disappointed to find there is no import for names and addresses. Minimum, some form of import from a comma delimited file (csv - "comma separated values").
I have over 2000 addresses in my current address book (I have a Palm Treo, and that comes with contact software that synchronises very well with my Palm desktop software) so if I ever decided to change software platforms, I certainly wouldn't want to key them all in again. The Palm software has the ability to import and export csv and tsv (tab delimited) text files - although, I imagine I would lose some features such as the pictures I have associated with each contact.
Also, I don't have or use QuickBooks so that feature isn't of much use. Again, similar csv import/export options would work here too so you could integrate with any similar systems if you wanted to.
In any case, the Palm software is free and can be used on your desktop regardless of whether or not you have a Palm hand-held/pda with which to synchronize. Free (always) is definitely cheaper that $40 and it has most of the features offered by eReminder.
Thumbs down I'm afraid and I'll be unloading it from my computer.
ttp://www.palm.com/us/software/desktop/
Cheers.
Ozzi

Reply   |   Comment by Ozzi  –  7 years ago
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#38 Justin C said: "In actuality, EssentialPIM does the same thing."

When other PIMs have been given away here, a number of people always recommend EssentialPIM. It's a nice program, in some ways, but it has one BIG problem: When I print a weekly or daily schedule, the items for the current day are printed so lightly (grayed out) that I can't read them. So the program is useless to me. I even tried the Pro version--with the same results. Ridiculous! Even items I made an all-day event are grayed out.

Thanks, GAOTD, for this giveaway (eReminder), but I won't be trying it. I just took a look at AnyTime Organizer (recommended by Fubar) and would love to have it if you could get the developer to offer it. Meantime, I'll keep trying to find a free calendar program I can use.

Reply   |   Comment by Ms LN  –  7 years ago
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I'm very late today, but it was a necessity. For reference: there are a number of PIMs and calendars in the GOTD freeware library. I have other adequate calendar/PIM options so won't be testing. Must say this is the best collection of comments I've seen in more than half a year. Bravo to those posters!

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  7 years ago
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(57) Spiritwolf,

Your comment about the registration/1 day eval has been raised & addressed at comments
2, 6, 7, 15, 21, 28, 34, 40, 41, and 55

Uninstall, run Activate.exe then re-run the setup and select to install the "Professional" version.

Reply   |   Comment by BuBBy  –  7 years ago
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Downloaded, activated, and installed, and it shows as only a one day trial version. I didn't mess with anything at all, completely let it do its default thing (and this app doesn't let you even choose what drive you want to put it on!) It asks for license and there was no license key included.

I am glad some good freeware alternatives were posted so that if I want a reminder program, I have a choice of something that will WORK more than one day

Reply   |   Comment by Spiritwolf  –  7 years ago
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Installed. Did not work worth a darn. Uninstalled. I would really like an application that would synchronize my Exchange calendars. I have multiple exchange calendars running through various outlook clients. Currently I treat them all as POP/SMTP accounts. 12 calendars in outlook - yuck - all mine - all out of sync, and Plaxo just mutiplied the issue.

Reply   |   Comment by Daniel Koger  –  7 years ago
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Install Notes
Use activate.exe file to activate your Professional version

Please select eReminder Professional to install, other versions are not supported to install freely.
If you have installed other version of eReminder, please stop eReminder firstly, then uninstall eReminder, select the Professional version to install. After that, double click the activate.exe file to activate your eReminder, then eReminder Professional should work okay,with no register reminder.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Woon  –  7 years ago
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Good to see that the developers are providing feedback, it shows that they are interested in improving their product and supplying decent backup service, this always is a plus for me when i look at buying software, or any product, for that matter.

Reply   |   Comment by Good2See  –  7 years ago
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What I want to know is why use this when MS Outlook 2007 does all this and it pops right up on your screen without problem? Why put this program on the computer to use up more space and memory?
Its like trying to make a small car out of a luxury car :-(
No thanks, I will keep my program.

Reply   |   Comment by Val  –  7 years ago
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to 43....11,700 new reg entries? What? did you use Revo to uninstall and find this or some other means, This sounds sort of high.

Reply   |   Comment by Bailey  –  7 years ago
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#43 Hermon,

RevoUninstaller only found 128 for me on Vista Home Premium 32-bit.

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  7 years ago
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Don't get it. What's wrong with the reminder function in Outlook?

Reply   |   Comment by Daniel Long  –  7 years ago
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This program is very much like PTBSync but this program is huge where PTBSync is very small, does not use a lot of computer resources, has lots and lots of useful options, is very easy to configure and use, is Vista compatible, and is...and always has been...free. I've used PTBSync for years and years on both XP and Vista and I highly recommend it.

Reply   |   Comment by NannySamdi  –  7 years ago
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More than I need so I will give it a pass but I wanted to give a big thanks to Jack Woon of Etimeinc for his posts. Nice to see the developer actively using the comments :)

Reply   |   Comment by LonniH  –  7 years ago
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What is the purpose of a calendar program that integrates with Outlook? Outlook has it's own calendar and by using the fields on your contacts in Outlook you can calendar anniversaries and birthdays for your contacts. Additionally there are numerous possibilities for holidays in Outlook, since I deal with both US and Candian clients I have both US and Canadian holidays added to my calendar. (2 Thanksgivings!)
Outlook also gives you the ability to create multiple additional calendars for whatever you may need.
Integration with Outlook is not a selling feature here folks.

Reply   |   Comment by At a loss  –  7 years ago
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No thank you! Anybody believing an app of this type leaving hundreds of registry keys & modifications to the core of Windows, be it XP or Vista has a few loose screws!
This is over kill & bloat! Imagine this,............... Firefox had add-ons that do almost anything a PIM should do without the garbage, bloat or the ton of registry keys & system modifications.

You guys reformat your systems, not me thank you.

One more time: Free for a day does not make it good or even worth trying. A little imagination & a few Google searches are easier with better results. This program is in need of a complete overhaul.

Reply   |   Comment by who said that  –  7 years ago
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36.7 MB? enough said.

Reply   |   Comment by gpc111  –  7 years ago
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Plus: Another cute icon to clog my systray.
Minus: Another backweb application to slow down my pc.
Final Analysis: Why get this to share data with Outlook when Outlook and Windows Scheduler already handles all these scheduling issues?
IMO: Not worth the price or the waste of resources.

Reply   |   Comment by babbsela  –  7 years ago
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Warning: After uninstalling it, it left behind 11,700 new registry entries! (In XP)

Reply   |   Comment by hermon  –  7 years ago
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i understand the weather forecast on the desktop: if you have something scheduled like tennis or a hike in the woods and it is going to be pouring down the rain, you want to know that. but i haven't even downloaded it because i have no use for bloated software with my limited computer resources.

as for weather, i use noaa anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Distraida  –  7 years ago
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Comment 40, please refer to comment 28, 34 to find the answer.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Woon  –  7 years ago
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Downloaded and installed without any problems, but for some reason I wasn't given a registration # and so now it's telling me that I only have 1 day to use it ... can someone please give me the registration # please, since it is the same for all of us.

Reply   |   Comment by Maiden  –  7 years ago
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I was really looking for something like this and the program looks great. But 36 MB is not for me. Right now I am using Reminderfox and I must say it a very good Firefox addon. Also I have installed Sunbird, the Mozilla Calendar.

Reply   |   Comment by Money Ideas  –  7 years ago
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In actuality, EssentialPIM does the same thing. They have a freeware version and a pro version, but the freeware is still loaded down with features. Here's their site, because imho, this is way to big of file size for a calendar. Messy coding???

http://www.essentialpim.com

Reply   |   Comment by Justin C  –  7 years ago
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eTimeInc/eMinder Developers/Marketers,

I know that developers release their software here for a few reasons, one of which is to listen to (sometimes harsh) criticism. I have no comment about the software itself-didn't even download it. But let me explain to you why, in the hopes that you can help your product.

I've used Google Calendar, like many here, since it began. I don't use it because it is free. I can afford a $10/yr. application that works as well. Not only aren't their pay applications that work as well, there aren't any that offer such tight integration with the other productivity tools I use. I won't bore you with why this is so, because if you are worth your salt, you already know why.

So my advice is simple. Create in your product a differentiator, some secret sauce, some Kung Fu, that will set your product apart. You need to make your product look/seem essential, not just nice to have. Add to this the integration and convergence demanded today by consumers, and you have a winner. The product today just doesn't have that.

So take this opportunity to take a good look at your work, and plot a new course on your product roadmap that will either do something nobody else does (and is in need), or does what everyone else does far better, faster, cheaper than your competition.

Hope this helps, and thanks for using the GAOTD medium to learn more about your software, and the target markets you are selling into.

:)

Reply   |   Comment by The Z  –  7 years ago
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Thx to comment 28.

It works now for me.

Looks nice and works.

Reply   |   Comment by hello  –  7 years ago
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lets you find out what everyone’s schedule is for the day, find out which of your company’s conference rooms is free at a specific time, or find out ,b.which cars of your clients,/b. are scheduled to wash next time.

ooops ....

For personal use only ... ooops ....

Reply   |   Comment by Anson Roberts  –  7 years ago
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Install Notes
Please select eReminder Professional to install, other versions are not supported to install freely.
If you have installed other version of eReminder, please stop eReminder firstly, then uninstall eReminder, select the Professional version to install. After that, eReminder Professional should work okay.
After install eReminder Professional correctly, it will work okay, with no register reminder.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Woon  –  7 years ago
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@#1: The fat size of the install-file is because of the TruVoice American English TTS Engine. When you deinstall eReminder you have to deinstall TruVoice American English TTS Engine separately.

Reply   |   Comment by anonymous  –  7 years ago
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Reply to Elliot.
To print the calendar,
1, click File, select Print to print directly, or
2, click File, select Print Preview. In the new dialog, customize the calendar report. Click File, Design, in the Format Report, you can customize Print Range, Print Styles, Formatting, Styles, almost everything. In the Print Style, you choose which view to print: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, etc.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Woon  –  7 years ago
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Installed and registered fine.
Useful program which is just what I am looking for! The five-day weather forecast is much convenient. Thanks GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Emily  –  7 years ago
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You might want to give "Kalender" a whirl. To-do, reminders, calender, etc. Free. Only small deficit is you can't print out calendar directly from program.

Reply   |   Comment by Elliot  –  7 years ago
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Thanks for the honest install mes comment today Fubar! I think I'll just pass because I have Vista up today. I can't speak for anyone else & I sure don't want to be reminded of Vistas shortcomings from all the geniuses that post here. I'm drowned in that stuff as it is.
If you don't have Vista or don't like it, fine. I've said many times that this forum is no place for that debate! It's just that for me, having Vista since it's earliest delivery, I've learned to leave it alone as much as possible. Learning to use it properly is much better then installing apps that make modifications in it's core!
So anyway, thats what I'm trying to do & what I recommend all Vista users try & do also. However, if I had my XP Pro system up today, I'd certainly have a look at todays offer just for the heck of it. An extensive PIM isn't something I need but thanks anyway!
Sorry to here your systems a mess Fubar. If you have all your drivers & a Vista DVD, get to it. For me anyway, putting off the inevitable is just useless! Mines new, done on 10-26-2008 & I think I'll keep it that way!

Reply   |   Comment by ww2vet56  –  7 years ago
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Reply to some questions:
1, Please select eReminder Professional to install, other versions are not supported to install freely.
2, Currently eReminder cannot center the window well in the desktop if you have multi-monitors. The bug will be fixed in the next version.
3, One user can not start eReminder Center, this is because some file eReminder.exe is not install correctly.
If you have installed other version of eReminder, please stop eReminder firstly, then uninstall eReminder, select the Professional version to install. After that, eReminder Professional should work okay.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Woon  –  7 years ago
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There are so many for free, no thanks GAOTD. Multi-reminders works great at all levels and is FREE

Reply   |   Comment by jo  –  7 years ago
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EReminder won't be a keeper for me either. Perhaps too much stuff that come with it: TopBar, floating calender on top of everything else ...
If you use Outlook, you don't need it, - you might as well use Outlook and not have to worry about syncronizing it. Running process even topped Outlook with 54874 KB on XP, so even less need to use it.

For options, check http://www.exstora.com/download_free.html for the free version of Extora. Calendar sits in the tray and does not take up so many resources (9160 KB in my case). You can display week numbers, which is important in my case. I bought the pro version because it comes with a handy Gantt style planner showing only actual events.
Pura vida, AlexSJ

Reply   |   Comment by AlexSJ  –  7 years ago
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This is like adding gold plated hubcaps to a beat up 67 VW. Improves nothing and makes life complicated. I'll stick to my present reminder program (Desktop Calendar)which is free and easy to use while not consuming system resources at idle. Thanks anyway GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Phil  –  7 years ago
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I know everyone is always knocking VISTA, but Vista comes with a built in Calender app too. I only use it to remind me of Webinars, but it works adequately, and it's FREE to Vista users!

PS I also am pleased to see the 'intelligent' comments being made to day, for once!!!

Reply   |   Comment by ebax  –  7 years ago
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My dream for a reminder/ToDo program is this -
Icon in Sys Tray.
Click it (single left click), and it opens full screen, showing Current month.
Ability to move to future or previous Month(s).
Press Esc key (or click the Icon) to minimize back into the Sys Tray.
There will be boxes for each day, much like the normal printed Calendars.
If there are any notes for that day, they will appear as multiple lines in the box.
(First couple of words of each Note, on each line within that day's box).
If you click the day, then you see just that day full screen.
You can then see/edit all of your notes.
I am not fussed about having the ability to set alarms, as I figure the ease of use will just make it a regular habit to show it full screen, to see what Notes are present.

Anyone aware of a program like that ?

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  7 years ago
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I don't have time to say all there is to say about this, and I'll also be posting any future comments much later in the day. Like most others, I started with the Premier version, but it told me the key was for the Professional version. Rather than simply enabling the Professional version, it was necessary to uninstall and reinstall. Encountered the problem with windows opening in the center of the desktop rather than in the center of the current monitor, which is a big headache on dual-monitor setups. It needs Internet access, which I wasn't too keen on, especially since it's Chinese. Installation trace was massive, installs huge QuickBooks API which I don't think the Professional version even supports. GOTD link is wrong, goes to the Special Edition rather than the Pro Edition. Pro Edition only supports the ancient Microsoft Peedy agent. Installs ancient Microsoft Speech API, which it's not supposed to on Vista (Vista has much newer MS Speech components), unclear what the impact is (I have other, Vista-compatible speech applications), appears to be more of an addition than a change but I haven't had time to test. Installs and uses eSellerate software. Installs a bunch of stuff, some is configurable. Toolbar at top, icon in system tray; semi-transparent calendar, task/to-do list, weather display and forecast on desktop.

Program itself is different from other PIMs. Recurring items are fairly flexible (I've never seen any as flexible as AnyTime Organizer Deluxe). Lots of different views, handles resize and display well on my 1920x1440 main monitor. Holidays are configurable. Has Regions, Locations, and Resources, which aren't present in many PIMs. Has the typical notes, categories, etc. I don't use Outlook so I didn't test the integration. This isn't something most people could review quickly. My Vista installation is all messed up, long overdue for a full reinstall, apparently impacts the log viewers in my security software; it's very difficult to wade through around 20 different log files without automation and processing, but I think the Internet access is OK.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  7 years ago
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I was excited about this software but am somewhat disappointed about the interface and end-user ability to learn and use it properly.

The program itself has some ingeniosity in its conception as it does come with some very useful features for daily time management, backup and export facilities, useful for busy people.

However, despite these numerous features, you can get put off by the way windows open up on your screen and with the Microsoft Agent character popping up to tell you about the next reminder.
Not a bad idea, but wrong and daunting presentation (even if you can turn them off in the configuration options).

I also do not like the fact that developers expect us to try the Premier version on GOTD.
Not a good idea when you are expecting the program to work directly with the Registration means offered by GOTD.
I tried the Premier version only to find out that it's not working with the provided key.

The other thing is that the Professional version itself takes up 48 MB space on your machine.

I'm sure the developers could try harder and do better in their next version.

Good concept, excellent features but a better presentation would do it some good.

All that said, I'm grateful for the program and will still try it for a few days.

Reply   |   Comment by Increase  –  7 years ago
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google calender is much powerful than this and its free. it sends you sms, email, or screen alerts.

Reply   |   Comment by hammoudeh  –  7 years ago
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Google Calendar works fine for me so won't be downloading today.

Reply   |   Comment by PRL  –  7 years ago
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#3:

Those "Extra Features" might be useful to plan your near future activities. Weather forecast is a nice thing to have when planing outdor activities or even to plan negotiations if you know that the negotiation style of your partner is weather dependent. On the other hand, you will find weather forecasts for free on the internet if you are looking for them.

What I don't like about this program is that its weather forecast does not integrate seamlesly into the application and is not capable to be used in automation tasks. Altough the vendor makes a lot of use of the keyword "Integration", this application leaves an impression of a patch work of features.

My advice to etimeinc:

Rebuild this software to something really useful for commercial use and then sell it for $100+ . For now it's like a talking doll: It's a toy - A complex toy, but just a toy, not really a tool.

Reply   |   Comment by Master Yoda  –  7 years ago
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For anyone that is not happy with Rainlendar, or would just like another alternative, there is also Sunbird. Sunbird is by Mozilla and the best way I would describe it is that it is "eReminder - all the crap".

I only wish Sunbird had a desktop widget that showed Tasks and Events. But Sunbird supports addon so some developer in the future may just create widget for it.

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  7 years ago
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can it run on a vista ultimate x64 i cant, it say's.
install Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)2,7 ??

Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)
is not available for access db under x64 edition
So i got an error ewery time i try to start the program.

Reply   |   Comment by hans  –  7 years ago
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Just to continue the tradition...=P

Pros:
* Has a desktop widget
* You can add "notes"
* Has a predefined holiday list for Canada/USA
* Outlook Integration
* You can add reminders to tasks and events.
* You can categorize your events.
* You can make the events and tasks reoccur.
* You can export your tasks into an HTML, XML, Excel or text file.

Cons:
* It is a bit laggy and buggy.
* It is cluttered with way too many "extras".
* Bit of a high learning curve.
* Eats up a lot of memory.

Registered:
I have not tried it - I am running trial version of Premier, which is why I said it had Project, Project Server and QuickBooks integration (long story). But according to other users, only the Professional version works.

The difference between Professional and Premier, according to their website is that Premier has Project Integration, Project Server Integration, QuickBooks Integration but Professional does not.

Free Alternatives:
Rainlendar

Verdict:
Since eReminder has bugged out on me, there is no way I can recommend it. Before/after the bug, when I used the program I did not find the program to my liking. Too buggy, too laggy, and too many unneeded features. Get Rainlendar and be happy =).

I wrote a full review at GOTDReviews.info, but honestly, just save yourself the time and use Rainlendar, unless you really really need Outlook integration badly.

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  7 years ago
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I use Rainlendar too and it´s really great! Simple, small, on desktop...

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