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Windows Live Calendar, a new service that replaces MSN Calendar, launched earlier this week in a public beta. The beta offers features like multiple color-coded calendars, shared calendars, email and text message alerts for appointments, and the ability to subscribe to a calendar’s contents via RSS. Built with AJAX, the online calendar offers some desktop-app-like navigation features, including drag-and-drop, single-click to add an appointment, and scrolling through dates using a mouse wheel. Sharing your Windows Live Calendar is easy but has sophisticated rights management processes working on the back-end which let you share out as much or as little of your calendar as you want. You can let people see only free/busy info, you can give them read-only permissions to your appointments, or you can even give them read/write permissions to your calendar. Individual appointments can be set as private, too (click New to display the New Appointment box, then [...]
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