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Thread: Birth Date Contacts <-> Calendar !?

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    Question Birth Date Contacts <-> Calendar !?

    Hello,

    your Zimbra Beta looks great, but I am missing one feature:

    It would be very nice to have a "birth date" in field contact and a feature which automatically adds the birth date into the calendar as a yearly repeated event. (How) is it possible to accomplish that behaviour ?

    thanks

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    Today you could do this manually, Enter the birthday in the notes field and then add the event. I'll add a feature request for this.

    -kevin

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    Default Adding link to bugzilla

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    Default Don't forget Anniversary

    Being able to add anniversary is also a good thing to have.

    And, if possible, the ability to send an automated E-mail to the contact from a template.

    The sender receives a copy of the sent email with a message like "You might want to give him/her a call, send e-card, send roses ..."

    I think this can be very useful.

    BTW: my vote's been added.
    Regards,

    Chintan Zaveri
    (Yet another ZIMBRAN!)

    "Dhundhne par Bhagwan bhi ..."

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