VueMinder Calendar provides content-rich popup reminders, desktop alerts, and reminders that can be sent via email or SMS. It includes Outlook integration, Excel import/export, calendar subscriptions/publishing using the iCalendar standard, and much more.
Flexible reminder options
* Popup reminders can contain pictures, video, music, or embedded web pages.
* Reminders can also be displayed via desktop alerts, which can be set to automatically snooze and to play a sound when displayed.
* Reminders can be sent via email and SMS text messages, both to yourself as well as any other people you'd like to receive your reminder.
* Calendars can be individually configured with default reminder options for new events.
* Recently dismissed, snoozed, or sent reminders can be easily accessed and redisplayed from the Reminders menu.
Fully customizable calendar category and event appearances
* Assign a font name, style, and color, as well as a two-tone gradient background to each calendar category or to individual events.
* There are infinite possibilities when customizing calendar and event appearances.
Publish your calendars
* Share your calendars by publishing to any location, including secure servers using
* Corrected the "Next" button on the Export Events window, to properly advance to the next step of the export.
* Corrected the text description/details editor to process keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl+X and Ctrl+Z while it has input focus. These commands were going to the main window instead, causing events and other selections to be incorrectly modified or deleted.
* Corrected an intermittent problem that can occur when printing an event from its editor window.
* Corrected a problem with the "Show Completed Events" command on the View menu. When unchecked, it was not properly hiding completed events.
* Corrected the option for always showing an icon in the taskbar. The option was being ignored and the main window was always minimizing to the system tray instead of the taskbar.
* Corrected a problem with the calendar list, where calendars were sometimes not being shown in the list.
Microsoft .NET 2.0