the problem is that a lot of people have to outlook or something equivalent
because their office has a lot of calender/project management
stuff built arround MS Exchange (which sucks) on
the subject though KMail rules.
From: Thomas Bridge [mailto:tbridge at vianetworks.ie]
Sent: 11 January 2002 12:58
To: Ian Kiigan
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: RE: [ILUG] Evolution
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At 12:13 03/12/2001 +0000, you wrote:
>Latest version of kmail seems very good indeed. But as I said, our
>needs as Linux enthusiasts to not necessarily match the needs of the
>majority of general PC users of course. If you look at the sheer
>numbers, "most people" actually want Outlook, Outlook Express, or
>some webmail thingy like Hotmail.
I know I'm coming back on this very late, but there's a major difference
between wanting something, and simply using what the first application that
does what you need it to do, with out thought for the other features.
I'd also be interested to learn one feature Outlook Express has that either
Eudora or Kmail doesn't have.
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