According to Glen Gray:
> Entirely true. However it might not be necessary to have to use the
> Ximian Exchange connector. If you are only using it to send and receive
> email (i.e. not using the group calendaring etc.) Exchange does support
> POP and SMTP IIRC. So a standard Evolution package would do.
It supports POP, IMAP and SMTP, with some other support for SSL as well.
It only does so at the whim of the admins.
And the point that keeps coming up over and over again: the main problem
with replacing Outlook with anything else is access to shared calendars.
Waider. Not sure why the point doesn't stick, though.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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