SOHO Organizer is the official successor to Personal Organizer and Group Organizer and represents a 100% Cocoa rewrite of the former products. This means SOHO Organizer presents a first-class Mac OS X experience complete with all the features Mac OS X users expect: Aqua interface, Unicode compliance, built-in spell checking, Service support, etc. Finally, the true benefit of a complete Cocoa rewrite is that SOHO Organizer is built for the future and can easily accommodate future technologies (think Intel-based Macs).
SOHO Organizer makes managing customer relationships from phone calls and notes to appointments and to-dos easy. It embraces and leverages popular Mac OS X technologies and applications instead of trying to replace them. For example, it synchronizes seamlessly with the Address Book and iCal so that users can continue to use them and other applications that rely on their data. Users can thus use Apple's iSync to synchronize their contacts and calendars in SOHO Organizer to cell phones, iPods, Palm handhelds, and even .Mac.
What's new in version 9.3.6
Fixed problem where creating multiple contacts in a row on a particularly slow CardDAV server, would break editing the second new contact and select the first contact in the list
Fixed problem where the first day of a repeating event was incorrectly displayed when it was also excluded
Fixed problem with the way overlapping events are displayed in the Week view
Fixed minor Mavericks issue
Updated https and networking code for latest security measures
Other miscellaneous fixes
ReleaseNovember 28, 2013
Date AddedNovember 28, 2013
Operating SystemsMac OS X 10.5 PPC, Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.6, Mac OS X 10.8, Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X 10.5 Intel