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+ - PIM?

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emsenn
emsenn writes "I'm looking for a PIM (personal information manager). Unfortunately, I've got a few rather specific needs:

Essential:
- Calendar
- Nested notes
- Full text search
- Crossplatform between Linux and Windows OR online based (the ability to run it on my own server is a plus
- Must not require a server backend

Non-essential:
- Wiki-style markup
- Open source
- Portable data files or simple import/export.

Cool but superfluous:
- Embedded images (and mp3s possibly?)
- Linking to open files/urls (program launcher similar to what's in BasKet?)

If anyone has any suggestions that fill some or most (I'm realistic, I know I won't find anything that fills them all) of those needs, please make it! The intended use of the software is for a calendar/todo/address book and general notetaking. Right now I use google calendar for a calendar, and my cell phone for an address book, and an increasingly long plaintext file for notes, and I'd like to combine some of them."
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