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  1. #1
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    difference between event database and todo database?

    What is the difference?
    I can't found any difference.
    Can I add the alarm to the todo list?

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    Re: difference between event database and todo database?

    Take your Nokia, go to its Organiser and have a look:
    – Events are changed within the Calendar.
    – To-dos are changed in the To-do list.
    Is the vCalendar specification of any help?
    An event is a calendaring and scheduling entity that represents a scheduled amount of time on a calendar. For example, it may be an activity; such as a one-hour, department meeting from 8 AM to 9 AM, tomorrow. A todo is a calendaring and scheduling entity that represents an action-item or assignment. For example, it may be an item of work assigned to an individual; such as "turn in travel expense today".
    In the world of Nokia, a to-do might have an alarm warning about the due-date, yes.

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