On Thu, Feb 08, 2001 at 04:45:43PM +0000, David Murphy came forth with:
> Quoting <3A827EF3.7D1FB59E at tradesignals.com>
> by Donncha O Caoimh <donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com>:
>> > 'Course it could all be vapourware and not run at all well, but the
> > screenshots look nice!
>> Is that three different vapourware outlook clones, or are there more?
> The ones I remember are evolution (which I actually do believe will
> come out one day), magellan (mentioned here in October 1999, did it
> ever come out?), and now this one.
>magellan seems to have been forked, and aethera has appeared...
it works (www.thekompany.com/projects)
evolution is lovely, except it crashes at the most inopportune times <g>
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