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How do I download UICalendar?
This article details how to download UICalendar on various clients.
Note: As of January 2012: The Oracle Calendar native client cannot run on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Mac users: If the download files don't download when you double-click on the download links, control-click on the download links and select Download Linked File As or something similar (each Mac browser words it a bit differently).
Plus PDA and mobile phone users, including Blackberry, should consider using Oracle Mobile Data Sync for syncing with UICalendar. It works quite well if your phone or PDA is supported.
iPhone users: The new version of Oracle Outlook Connector supports iPhone sync with iTunes, on Windows, the only Oracle Calendar sync that works so far with iPhones. It does work. However, you have to use Windows. :) There are other ways. See UICalendar and the iPhone.
|Windows||Download Windows client|
|Mac OS X (not 10.7 Lion)||Download Mac OS X client|
|Mac Classic (Mac OS 9)||Download Mac OS 9 client|
|Linux||Download Linux client|
|Solaris||Download Solaris client|
|Mobile Devices||Windows||Mac Classic||Mac OSX|
|Oracle Calendar Sync for PalmOS||
New May 30, 2007:
See also Oracle Mobile Sync below
|Oracle Calendar Sync for PocketPC||download||N/A||N/A|
iPhone users: See UICalendar and the iPhone.
|Oracle Mobile Sync||Sync PDAs and Cell Phones wirelessly via the Web; see Oracle Calendar Mobile Data Sync.|
Oracle Outlook Connector
If you are using an ACCC basic email account, be sure to map the Sent Items, Deleted Items, Drafts, and Junk E-Mail folders to mail/Drafts, mail/Sent Items, and so on. If you don't, they won't be available in Webmail.
Note added April, 2008: Now you can -- and should -- change Outlook Connector to login using your NetID as you do in all other UICal clients. It makes Outlook Connector work a lot better.
Newer Windows and Outlook 2003 and 2007
This version also supports iPhone sync, with Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007. I have heard of people that this works for. There are alternatives.