true - isnt the module to connect to exchange a seperate package though?
or has that since changed? Last i heard it was a commercial product..
Probably a lot cheaper than outlook and exchange and the cost of associated
problems i'm sure though. Has anybody here sucessfully migrated workstations
for secretaries and other non-technical staff to Linux for their entire
Unfortunatly some companies walk around blindfolded: "We use Microsoft
because it industry standard", "its proven in industry", "its well
and other nonsense...
The one I always get from other technical people when i mention linux is
"Oh you're one of them" which is a euphamism for "you weird *******, why
dont you stop being a nerd and use normal stuff like everybody else"
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From: Ken Guest [mailto:kwg at renre-europe.com]
Sent: 01 February 2002 16:51
To: Smith, Graham - "Computing Technician
Cc: Ilug (E-mail)
Subject: RE: [ILUG] openoffice.org
On Aoine, 2002-02-01 at 16:38, Smith, Graham - Computing Technician
> unless you're in an organisation where you're forced to
> use exchange and outlook etc...
In which case you should start using Evolution.
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