That goddamned Calendar and Task manager is the only reason I'm using this
crap at all on my desktop. I was playing arround with openoffice again this
(latest version) and I have to say i was stunned by how much the product has
the last time i saw staroffice it was in version 6 beta/alpha or 5.*. It is
smoother nowdays, hasn't crashed yet and doesn't feel like it was written in
(remember that rumour ? :-))
From: Ken Guest [mailto:kwg at renre-europe.com]
Sent: 04 February 2002 12:29
To: Glen Gray
Cc: Ivan Kelly; Waider; ILUG list
Subject: Re: [ILUG] openoffice.org
On Luan, 2002-02-04 at 12:16, Glen Gray wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-02-04 at 09:27, Ken Guest wrote:
> > Yes, because Ximian are a business and need income to help fund other
> > work that they do. How do you expect them to pay employees?
> 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.
Yes, I know that Glen. I also know Evo supports IMAP as that's what I'm
The connector is only needed, as far as I know, for using the calendar
and task management in Exchange. Other than that I don't believe there's
any need for it.
The duck quacks.
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