Most other resources on the Web seem to have died during the last (few) year(s). That's why I've replaced all links to other WWWeb-sites that I could replace, with links to my own site. For instance MS-support seems to change the URLs of their documents every few months, with no apparent reason.
As described in KB-article Q162415, you can order articles from the 'Microsoft Knowledge Base' to be sent to you by Email.
To have an article from the list sent to you in e-mail, send a message to
email@example.com and use the Article ID in the subject-line of the message, as in the following example:
For more information about how to order an article by e-mail, send an Email-message to this same Email-address.
Important / usefull files.
- Schedule+ 'Help'-files (191 kB '.ZIP'-file).
- Schedule+ Software Development Kit-documentation now available formatted as a nice Windows 'Help'-file (this 'help'-file includes the Schedule+ printing model) (206 kB '.ZIP'-file).
- Millennium-fixes for Schedule+ v.7.0, v.7.0a and v.7.5 (650-700 kB each).
Take care to use the correct patch for the Schedule+-version you're using.
Also note that this patch is only available in English (US): if you apply this patch to a version in a different language, the program will still work, but will be completely translated (back) to English.
- Import/Export Add-On Pack for Schedule+ v. 7.0 (150 kB). You can read more about the contents of this 'Add-On Pack' in the item 'Can I import data from some other calendaring program?'.
- Internet Assistant for Microsoft Schedule+ v.7.0x (1,4 MB).
(The search-robot on the MS web-site keeps pointing you to 'http://www.microsoft.com/scheduleplus/internet/ia/default.htm', which is a dead link.)
The Internet Assistent is integrated in Schedule Plus v.7.5.
- MsOutl.exe (700 kB). This is a plug-in for Schedule+ v.7.x, which makes it possible to read Outlook9x Calender-data (Appointments, Contacts, etc.).
As described in article Q170061 of the Microsoft KnowledgeBase, which describes the functionality of this driver, both Outlook and Schedule+ need to be connected to MS Exchange Server for this 'plug-in' to work. You cannot read from a '.PST'-file with Schedule+.
- MS ActiveSync v.3.1 (4 MB). This is the latest version that seems to work with Schedule+.
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