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KDE PIM is a package of the KDE desktop environment that contains personal information management tools. A software package is a bundle of one or several files that either are necessary for the execution of a computer program, or add features for a program already installed on the computer or network of computers. ... For the NYSE stock ticker symbol KDE, see 4Kids Entertainment. ... Personal information management (PIM) refers to both the practice and the study of the activities people perform in order to acquire, organize, maintain, retrieve and use information items such as documents (paper-based and digital), web pages and email messages for everyday use to complete tasks (work-related and not...

List of software

  • Akregator - Feed reader.
  • KMail - The official KDE mail client.
  • KAddressBook - Address Book frontend.
  • KOrganizer - Calendar and scheduling program.
  • KonsoleKalandar - Command line interface to KDE calendars.
  • KPilot - Replacement for the Palm™ Desktop software.
  • Kandy - Data synchronisation of phonebook, organizer and other data between a mobile phone and computer. (The Kandy package is obsolete, and replaced by OpenSync. See this post from the author - http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/2943 )
  • KArm - Time tracker that integrates with KOrganizer todo list.
  • KNotes - Virtual paper notes on the desktop.
  • KAlarm - A personal alarm message, command and email scheduler.
  • KNode - A Usenet news client
  • Kontact - Brings kdepim applications under one roof
  • KJots - outliner (tree structured) simple text editor

Akregator is an open source news aggregator for KDE, an open source desktop environment primarily used on Unix systems. ... KMail is the email client of the KDE Desktop Environment. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... KAddressBook is an address book software application made for the K Desktop Environment. ... In computing, KOrganizer is the personal organizer for the KDE Desktop Environment. ... Multisync is a synchronization tool to synchronize PDAs, mobile telephones, and personal information manager software with each other. ... KNode is the Usenet newsreader program in KDE. It supports multiple NNTP servers, message threads, scoring, international character sets, and can be integrated seamlessly into Kontact. ... Usenet (USEr NETwork) is a global, decentralized, distributed Internet discussion system that evolved from a general purpose UUCP architecture of the same name. ... A news client, or news reader, is an application program that reads articles on Usenet (generally known as newsgroup), either directly from a news servers disks or via the Network News Transfer Protocol. ... Kontact is a personal information manager and groupware software suite for KDE. It supports calendars, contacts, notes, to-do lists, news, and email. ... KJots is a free and simple outliner text editor for KDE on Linux. ... An outliner is a special text editor that allows text to be structured as an outline. ...

External links

Free software Portal
  • KDE PIM Project Homepage

  Results from FactBites:
Kdepim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (152 words)
The correct title of this article is kdepim.
The initial letter is capitalized due to technical restrictions.
kdepim is a package of the KDE desktop environment that contains Personal information management tools.
KDE Developer's Corner - KDEPIM 3.3 Release Plan (398 words)
kdepim has to compile and run within the released stable 3.2 environment, no dependencies on changes in the kde HEAD branch later than 3.2.0.
Originally KDEPIM 3.3 was planned to be released separatly from the rest of KDE.
KDEPIM 3.3 will be released as part of KDE 3.3.
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