There are three Calendar Manager programs that you can run from a Shell Tool or Command Tool in order to view, insert, or delete appointments. This may be useful, for example, if you are logging into your machine from a remote destination and are therefore unable to run the Calendar Manager window-based application. These programs are called cm_lookup, cm_insert, and cm_delete.
Use cm_lookup to display your appointments for the current day. You can use command line options to specify the calendar that you want to see, a different date, or an alternate view (such as week or month). See the cm_lookup man page for more information.
Use cm_delete to delete your appointments. You are shown a list of your appointments for the current day, and you are prompted for the number of the appointments that you want to delete. You can also use command line options to specify the calendar, date, and view. See the man page for cm_delete for more information.
Use cm_insert to add new appointments to your calendar. You can use command line arguments to specify the calendar, date, start and end times, and a description of the new appointment. See the man page for cm_insert for more information.