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Need a calendar web service that will send me unlimited reminder emails.

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by OM2, Dec 26, 2007.

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  1. OM2

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    I would like an internet calender service that will send me unlimited reminder emails.

    What happens: I will have a diary event...
    I will set myself a reminder.
    I will get the reminder: and I will still forget!

    Much better: if I am allowed to set several reminders!

    i.e. first reminder 3 days before the event, 2nd 2 days before, 3rd 1 day before and 4th 3 hours before.

    This way: I won't forget!

    I want the reminders sent by email.

    At the moment, I use Yahoo calendar.
    This does the job.
    For any event you can set 2 reminders.
    so what I do: create several events at the same time sending out different reminders.

    Problem: creating more than one event os cumbersome and takes time.
    Much better: be able to creat one event and add several reminders for that event.

    Does anything like this exist out there...!!!

    (Funnily enough... I have come accross something that does do this: sky.com. Not sure if you *have* to be a registered member though. And also: not sure of the reliability.)

    If anyone can make any sense of my request... and knows an answer: please reply!!

    Thanks.


    OM
     
  2. OM2

    OM2 Thread Starter

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    erm... i've found something i'll be more than happy with!
    gmail!!
    it turns out that sky.com's email is using gmail in a wrapper.
    have a look: i've used it before and didn't know they had done lots to improve!
     
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