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At 13:56 11/01/2002 +0000, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>There is a big difference between Outlook and Outlook Express.
>Outlook is the all-singing/dancing PIM/email program that comes
>as part of MS Office. Outlook Express is a lightweight email
>(and news IIRC) client that ships with IE. While I'm sure they
>have some code in common, the feature sets are very different.
Just to clarify - I did mean Outlook Express - not Outlook. I will even
own up to using Outlook, but purely as a Contacts/Diary Manager. I have
enough sense to use Eudora for mail :)
I did look at KMail a few months ago - unfortunately at the moment it would
be a major amount of work to switch back to using Linux on the desktop.
The answer to my original question seems to be:
1. Hotmail Support (which I supposed is useful)
2. Integrated news client (not an issue as there are plenty of seperate
news clients available)
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