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Linux.com: Syncing Magic with GCALDaemon

Mar 06, 2007, 11:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)

"Need to sync data between Google Calendar (Gcal) and your desktop calendaring application? GCALDaemon, a nifty Java-based utility, provides two-way synchronization between Gcal and virtually any iCalendar-compatible application. Besides the ability to sync calendaring data, GCALDaemon can act as a Gmail notifier, and can pull your Gmail contacts via LDAP.

"To install GCALDaemon on Linux, download the Linux-compatible zip archive, unpack it, and move the resulting GCALDaemon folder to the /bin directory. GCALDaemon must be in the bin directory or it simply won't work. And since GCALDaemon is written in Java, you must have the Java Runtime Environment installed on your machine..."

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