Meeting Maker is a cross-platform personal calendar and group scheduling software application from PeopleCube. The product dates back to 1990, when it was originally Mac-only software created by Callisto Corporation and published by ON Technology. It was released for Microsoft Windows as Meeting Maker XP (cross-platform) in 1993. At times, it even had native clients for HPUX, Solaris, SunOS, Linux, Apple Newton, and others. Currently, besides Mac and Windows, it offers a browser-based client, which is supported on Solaris and Linux.
Meeting Maker is used by small and large businesses, universities, and other organizations. It enables users to view the availability of others, send out meeting invitations, accept/decline meetings directly from their calendar view, and reserve essential meeting resources such as conference rooms and A/V equipment. Several add-on modules are available for added functionality including Meeting Maker Mobile, providing remote calendar and email access from mobile devices, and Meeting Maker Connector for Outlook (MMCO) which integrates the Microsoft Outlook calendaring environment with Meeting Maker. Recent versions use NotifyLink for wireless synchronization, including support for BlackBerry, Palm Treo, and Windows Mobile Smartphones.
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