MS compatible MUAs [was Re: evolution weirdness]
mhaney at ercbroadband.org
Thu Jun 21 12:44:54 UTC 2007
Andrew Kelly wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 09:55 +0100, Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:
>> Ter, 2007-06-19 às 00:27 +0100, Alan Cox escreveu:
>>> Part of the answer is to take evolution, throw it away.
>> I agree with this BUT...
>>> There are
>>> multiple good mail clients for Linux and evolution. Yes evolution looks
>>> like microsoft outlook,
>> Most multiple good mail clients are just that: mail clients.
>> Evolution doesn't just look like Microsoft Outlook, it provides some
>> quite useful features if you work in a Microsoft dominated corporate
>> network, even without using the brain-dead connector.
> Are there other MUAs that one can run in Linux that can connect to an
> Exchange server, other that Evolution? I also am marooned in an MS dominated
> LAN with the need to access corporate mail. I also use Evolution, as much as
> I would prefer something quicker and more reliable (and for God's sake, more
> capable of sensible exportation). But what are the alternative?
We use Exchange here, and most everyone uses Exchange for us geeks who
use Linux with Thunderbird and IMAPS on the server. It's been rock
solid for the 2 years we've had it in place.
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