Editors' reviewThis program aims to let you share a variety of information with friends and colleagues. The installation process was quite lengthy, so we were expecting a graphically impressive interface rather than the strictly average design we encountered. Though Enlista is logically arranged with sections for your calendar, notes, and contacts, the lack of in-depth help files makes the learning curve a bit steep. You can use the calendar to set up and share appointments, though we wished it didn't look so bland and businesslike. Enlista lets you enter basic contact information such as name, e-mail address, and comments, though the notes feature accepts just about any information you'd like to enter. For instance, the program's demo notes include lists for favorite Web sites, restaurants, and books. You also can attach any files to a note but you can't send them via e-mail, a minor drawback. Though it could use some improvements, Enlista still makes a decent collaboration tool.
This software program helps you share and synchronize calendars, files, notes, and address books over the Internet without a centralized infrastructure or additional software. It includes support for Palm PDAs.
New in version 1.5.77: recurrent appointments and increased speed.