I've just spent the weekend tweaking my workflow to deal with the over abundance of information that my job generates. OmniFocus is my key app since that's where I keep all my tasks. To complete the picture, I started comparing all of my information managers - Yojimbo, Evernote, DevonThink Pro and even the good old … Continue reading Productivity with OmniFocus and DEVONthink Pro 2
One of the problems with ditching Exchange and moving to Google Apps has been the lack of public folder functionality. Public folders are those folders that your Exchange admin would set up where they could give multiple users the right to view content and other users the rights to add and edit content. They are … Continue reading Replacing Exchange Public Folder Functionality with Google Apps
I can hear you asking already, "Why would you want to do that?" Well, the problem is if you use shared calendaring and you want to migrate your organization off of Exchange on to Google Apps, everyone has to get moved over to Google Apps at the same time, and in one weekend. Not too … Continue reading Use Google and Exchange Calendars in the Same Domain
With the recent non-event of the release of Entourage 2008, we haven't seen much of an improvement in the Mac calendar landscape. Apple has released the iCal Server as part of Leopard Server. But Outlook doesn't work with the iCalendar standard. So I'd like to hear from all of you Mac users that work in … Continue reading Hear from the Readers – How Do You Do Mac Calendaring
User cash7c3 over on modmyifone noticed this very interesting job posting on Apple's website: Requisition Number 3161520 Job title iPhone Windows Outlook/Exchange QA Eng Location Santa Clara Valley Country United States City Cupertino State/Province California Job type Full Time Job description The iPhone Quality team is looking for a motivated, highly-technical Exchange test/sync engineer with … Continue reading Exchange Support Coming to the iPhone?
Occasionally I revisit my quest to have my Exchange calendar accessible on my Mac. This past week was one of those times. I spent a lot of time with Google looking for any decent solution. No Luck. I revisited GroupCal. I downloaded the latest version, and in the process of installing went through all the … Continue reading Still No iCal-Exchange Sync
Remember the Milk is a deceptively simple web application that lets you manage tasks. The power lies in the ability to manage my tasks from where ever I am. I can add tasks from my Blackberry with a simple SMS or email. I can create a task by forwarding an email to RTM. I can … Continue reading Manage Your Tasks at Remember the Milk with Quicksilver