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KendeathwalkerKendeathwalker Registered User regular
edited May 9 in Help / Advice Forum
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  • SerpentSerpent Sometimes Vancouver, BC, sometimes Brisbane, QLDRegistered User regular
    edited July 2010
    Outlook can do this pretty easily.

    You could try combining http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html with a calendar/task program, too

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  • TychoCelchuuuTychoCelchuuu ___________PIGEON _________San Diego, CA Registered User regular
    edited July 2010
  • KendeathwalkerKendeathwalker Registered User regular
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  • mtsmts Registered User regular
    edited July 2010
    there is a google labs thing that will do this . or alternatively you can probably find a clock widget with multiple clocks on it

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  • SerpentSerpent Sometimes Vancouver, BC, sometimes Brisbane, QLDRegistered User regular
    edited July 2010
    Creating reminders based on timezones in Outlook 2007:
    1. Ctrl-Shift-A (create new calendar event)
    2. Click on the time zones button in the Appointment area of the ribbon. This adds timezone to the time
    3. Set start time to when you need to be reminded of something, set reminder to '10 minutes' (or 30 minutes or whatever), voila! Outlook will automagically manage the timezones so if you set something to be occur at 5pm EST and you're in PST, it will remind you at the right time.

    Outlook time management:

    The calendar has the ability to display two timezones on it. I regularly display a North American timezone and an Australian time zone. This is in Calendar options or something. It's not quite what you're looking for but can still be very useful!

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  • Blake TBlake T Registered User regular
    edited July 2010
    Aren't you over complicating this?

    If the work 9 to 5 and are say 2 hours ahead of you why don't you just write down next to the client name - contact hours 7AM to 3PM?

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