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I have a Samsung Eternity and would like to sync the calendar to my mac. I do not care what program I use. I am tired of entering everything manually one by one. I really would like the program to be free or even a plugin for a program.
I have iCal, Sunbird, Google Calendar and Entourage. PLEASE someone help me!

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