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Hello Do you know, what is almanac

Hello Do you know, what is almanac

Hello Do you know, what is almanac

Do you know, what is almanac?. (at the calendar pop-up menu)when I click it the side kick stops.
Can you take your E-mail from side kick?. Because I don't receive. I am using outlook express and Microsoft internet explorer.


RE: Hello Do you know, what is almanac

Dear tansu,
1. Almanac is just details about the City that you have set up as your Home City in EarthTime view.
Go to EarthTime view and then to:
Edit|Select a different City
(That is if your home city is not on the EarthTime View)
Then when you have chosen a new city select it and then:
EarthTime|Set as Local Clock
and in future Almanac will show you the details about your Home City.

2. Sidekick needs to set up your email but you have to tell it which email program you are using and the details of the login for your email address so that Sidekick can retrieve Sidekick related messages.
See Tools|Setup|Wizard

Regards Jim
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