When Microsoft Office's Outlook was not yet part of the Office family and was a Windows client for Exchange Server, I was given a homework assignment to investigate the Exchange client. After that I changed my email client to Outlook.
One of the inconvenient things about writing a calendar in Outlook was that it was not possible to specify a lunar date. Birthdays are on the lunar calendar. At the time, maybe 1996 or 1997, I found the email address of the Outlook team at the time, and I sent an email to that team. In the East, lunar dates are used, so they asked for support to input schedules in the lunar calendar. It was then that I first learned that the lunar calendar is a lunar calendar. I got a reply, and they said they would add the feature in Office 97. However, Office 97 did not have a lunar function. The lunar date designation first appeared in the next version, Office XP.
Moving from Windows to Mac, I had a lot of trouble and made several attempts to change the calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, etc. of Outlook, which I used well, to Apple's software.
A lot of inconvenient things appeared as I gave up Mac's storage and moved Apple Mail, Apple Calendar, and Apple Address Book. It's me, because I use all the special features to fix Outlook so it can do what I do.
One of them is the lunar calendar. Using the Apple calendar, I couldn't figure out people's birthdays. By entering your birthday in the scheduling program, you don't have to circle the calendar in red at the beginning of each year. It is a small thing, but it is a benefit that can be obtained by using a certain program. In fact, I met a co-worker on the way to work today, and when I saw the birthday alarm on my phone, I said happy birthday. But I didn't know if it was the lunar calendar or the solar calendar, so I asked if it was true. This is because I am not sure if the schedule for my birthday is correct while using iCal. It was my brother-in-law's birthday on the weekend, and when I asked if it was right for my sister-in-law, she forgot.
I was thinking of sending an email to Apple asking for support for the lunar date, but I just gave up and lived.
However, by chance, our Felaur I saw an Iranian blogger making a program that allows you to enter lunar dates.
Felaur Go to , download the latest program, move it to the application folder, and run it. It seems to only work on Leopard.
I have separately received the lunar seasons and added ical , but now you can also enter the lunar birthday! It is not integrated into iCal and must be executed separately in the application folder. How much is this though!
I don't know if Apple is looking at the needs of these people.
I also use a lot of stuff made by people that Apple didn't provide. Here are just a few of the things I have posted on my blog.
Selecting a sound input/output device, SoundSource,
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How to view content next to a list in Apple Mail
Mac startup sound usability issues and solutions
When will unsolved problems be resolved?
Problems with iMail and iCal in Leopard 10.5.2
Bad Apple Address Book That Changes People's Names
made and published Felaur Thank you.