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Import tasks from Outlook

binky2128 says:

Am i missing something? - can you import calendar items from outlook? All my work stuff is in outlook and it will stay there. Would love to be able to export this to rememberthemilk and add extra non-work and social stuff which I could share with family and friends. - Is this possible or is this not the app for that sort of calendar sharing?

Posted at 11:15am on October 13, 2005

emily (Remember The Milk) says:

Right now we don't have an import feature, but we think it's a great idea, and it's something we're looking at adding.

Posted 8 years ago

zeerus says:

I second this feature request. Great service you have here, by the way

Posted 8 years ago

juanleon says:

Import iCalendar files in general will take care of outlook and many other things.

Posted 8 years ago

ved.antani says:

I agree with Juanleon. Just providing a small utility to sync local iCal with RTM is enough for all the mail clients.

Posted 8 years ago

geetarista says:

I would love for this to happen. I have a everything in outlook right now and I want to move online.

Posted 8 years ago

ric.hayman says:

Agree with all of this - the last thing I want to do is re-enter tasks/appointments etc more than once. This is the most useful thing about Plaxo, which I am currently trailling as well - it synchs with Outlook and Thunderbird (though not as well as Outlook).

Much as I would prefer to leave Outlook, it is the 'chosen one' at work, so I have to live with it.

Posted 8 years ago

alynchen says:

In case that you add outlook information, you could also consider to add RSS information from event-content-companies.
The result would be that I have one big calendar where I have
1) my work stuff
2) my private dates
3) ideas for stuff to do in my free time

(you could then later also sell tickets or do an IM deal with a ticket seller....)

Posted 7 years ago

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