Microsoft Schedule Plus (or Microsoft Schedule+) was a time management software product by Microsoft, but was discontinued as part of Office when its functionality was incorporated into Outlook 97. It was originally intended as a companion to Microsoft Mail, but later it was a companion to Microsoft Exchange and was part of Microsoft Office 95, and later Microsoft Exchange Client and Windows Messaging, so it was later included and developed as part of Microsoft Exchange Server, which resulted in version 7.5 of Schedule+ as part of Exchange Server 5.0. The "Outlook Calendar" that was part of Outlook for Windows 3.1 and Macintosh versions before 9.0 was actually a new version of Schedule+. Inspite of being discontinued, the software however is still included with all versions of Microsoft Office including Microsoft Office 2003. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT, HKSE: 4338) is an international computer technology corporation with 2005 global annual sales of US$42. ... Screenshot of Outlook 2003 Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, and is part of the Microsoft Office suite. ... Microsoft Mail is a file-based E-mail system intended for corporate usage. ... Microsoft Exchange was initially the universal email client that was part of Windows 95, but later on was an email solution that consists of Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Exchange Client. ... Microsoft Office is a suite of productivity programs created or purchased by Microsoft and developed for Microsoft Windows, and Apples Mac OS and Mac OS X operating systems. ... Microsoft Exchange Server is a messaging and collaborative software product developed by Microsoft. ... Microsoft Office is a suite of productivity programs created or purchased by Microsoft and developed for Microsoft Windows, and Apples Mac OS and Mac OS X operating systems. ...
What is Microsoft Schedule+?
Bogaarts excellent resource for Schedule+ information
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