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ScheduleOnline Sync for Macintosh


For more information contact:
Sonja Chalkley, Marketing Manager
Phone: 858-836-4458

ScheduleOnline Ships ScheduleOnline Sync for Macintosh Synchronization with
leading scheduling and collaboration Web site now available for both PC and

San Diego, CA, May 22, 2001 – ScheduleOnline, Inc., producer of the scheduling and group collaboration Web site,
announced today completion of a successful beta test program of its
ScheduleOnline Sync for Macintosh utility, which enables Macintosh users to
synchronize their ScheduleOnline Web calendars, reminders, to do lists, and
address books with those of Palm OS-based devices, such as Palm Pilots and

Syncing between PCs and Web calendars is already offered to PC users by
several consumer Web calendars, but ScheduleOnline is the only Web-based
scheduling service that offers this functionality to both PC and Macintosh

ScheduleOnline Sync gives Palm users instantaneous access from any location
to their calendar, to do list and address data, including those that were
scheduled or entered by fellow ScheduleOnline users, such as colleagues or
community group members.

Extending this synchronization functionality to Macintosh users was a
direct result of requests from ScheduleOnline customers, according to Hans
Hartman, president of ScheduleOnline.

“Many of our users work for small- to medium-sized businesses, use
Macintoshes and are mobile. Many of them asked to extend our Internet-based
scheduling to portability on Palm devices.”

ScheduleOnline Sync for Macintosh can be downloaded at no charge at

About ScheduleOnline
ScheduleOnline, Inc., is a privately held company based in San Diego, CA.
It was launched in 1999 and is offered as an ASP model or licensed
Web-server software. The company delivers, via the Internet and wireless
gateways, scheduling and resource planning tools for use within and beyond
the small business enterprise. ScheduleOnline’s strategic partnerships
include: American Express, OfficeDepot, Voxeo, Verizon, Ellacoya,
Homestead, and NetLatinAmerica. For more information, please visit

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