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Name: Tim Thomas
Member since: 2001-12-29 15:54:44
Last Login: 2009-10-24 13:40:48

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Senior Java Developer in Austin, TX with a degree in Theater from the University of Texas.

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LGTMail Added off the shelf software Active PHP Bookmarks to LGTMail which is quite recommended. Kudos on making a program that is easy to drop in another security scheme. LGTMail also got calendaring which is pretty much done, except for some sort of blogging and the alarm feature - which has me stumped. Or rather feeling lazy, I don't want to do that kind of math. PersonalValentines day tomorrow. Making Julie Salmon froo-froo thingeys. And a fantastic salad. There may be too many artichoke hearts, but probably not. In other news, I'm thinking that owners of vehicles that get less than 20 miles to the gallon, should have to pay double for a tank of gas. Think of it as a real sin tax.
LGTMail Contacts have been added, and so have the contacts editing. Plus you can have those contacts interface with the mail app. All in all, feels quite good to be done with that. Starting work on Calendaring. I'd like to have a journaling feature to go along with the calendar, but we'll see how that goes. At some point I also need to fix all my database hacks so the thing is compatible with dbmail 1.0. Should that ever arrive.... probably should write another play soon.

Added Contact Lists to LGT Mail. Working on adding editing of contacts.


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