RE: changing timezones

Hello Stuart,

this sounds like a good thing, but I don't use Outlook so it might not work
for me. On the other hand it would be good if I could ensure compatibility
with it. Are you collecting information as ical files, or extracting it from
other formats (or does Outlook use a different format - excuse my ignorance

Many thanks for your response

Charles McCathieNevile

On Tue, 28 Oct 2003, Stuart D. Draper wrote:

>I have a plugin for Outlook called Infotriever.  Takes itineraries off web
>and puts on Outlook calendar.  Maybe you could use it.
>Very respectfully,
>Stuart D. Draper
>-----Original Message-----
>[] On Behalf Of Charles McCathieNevile
>Sent: Monday, October 27, 2003 6:04 PM
>Subject: changing timezones
>I am trying to work out how to put my flight data into my calendars (phone
>and laptop).
>I recieve the information as a dump from a computer system, with all
>timezones local - but I know which airport the arrival time is local to.
>Is it more use to convert the arrival time back to the timezone of
>or can I pass an event with seperate timezones for start and end times
>I am modelling each flight as an event)?
>A similar question arises in how to handle the location of the event - I
>think in RDF I will simply have a start-location and an end-location, but to
>convert into iCal I'll make a processable string of the two locations such
>  iata:MUC-iata:EWR <leaving from Munich, arriving Newark>
>that I can export out again...
>I suspect this is really a question related to what tools can handle

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