Org 2.0 for Mac OS X and Mac OS 8/9 is out from SukiSoft Technologies. If you’re unfamiliar with the product, it’s a personal information manager (PIM) that links your appointments and to-do list items to your contacts in one interface.
The folks at SukiSoft said that Org 2.0 is “a significant advance” over their “lightweight” Mac PIM, DayLynx. It lets you link your appointments and to-do list items to your contacts with a flexible multi-view or all-in-one-view interface.
Org 2.0 consists of four modules: Address Book, Appointment Manager, ToDo List Manager, and Calendar. Each of these modules has its own independent window that can be hidden out of view or laid out on your desktop in a manner that suits the way you work. Alternatively, all four of these modules can be presented within the same window.
And the app integrates all these independent modules with “links.” At a glance, you can determine who in your Address Book has Appointments and ToDo tasks assigned to them, and which Appointments and ToDo tasks are assigned to which members in your Address Book, according to Sukisoft.
Org 2.0 supports Mac OS X and previous Mac operating system releases. The minimum OS requirement is Mac OS 8.5 with CarbonLib 1.2.5. Org 2.0 requires 5MB of memory at runtime, and under 5MB of disk space. A fully functional 20-day trial version can be downloaded from
SukiSoft’s software store. The cost is US$19.95.