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Netscape Calendar?In Netscape Communicator 4.00 to 4.7, there were Professional Editions, called Netscape Communicator Enterprise Edition with Calendaring. It includes Netscape Calendar and other extra components over Complete Edition. However, since Netscape 4.72, Netscape ceased the release of Netscape Communicator Professional Edition.
There weren't much notes about this in Netscape's website. SillyDog701 knows exactly what happened.
Over Netscape's homepage and iPlanet's website, a brief notes as following... (http://www.iplanet.com/support/technical_resources/ics/comm472.html)
It did not tell much. So what happened to Netscape Calendar exactly?
Netscape was licensed the calendaring technology from CS&T (Corporate Software Technologies Int Int., Now renamed to Steltor). Netscape had rights to distribute calendaring technology until 31st December 1999. When the agreement expired, Netscape chose not to renew it. The agreement is now at end and no further distributions of CS&T or Steltor technology are allowed under the agreement. Netscape thus ceased releasing Netscape Communicator Enterprise with Calendaring or commonly called Professional Edition since version 4.72. The latest version of Netscape came with Calendaring is version 4.7 (4.71 was not officially released).
There were older Netscape Communicators left in the archive section of Netscape's web server, however, later Netscape withdrew all those versions.
> Netscape Calendar Guide
> Netscape Calendar Quick Reference
> A special build from SillyDog701, Netscape Communicator 4.79 with Calendar. (ceased)
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