evolution exchange complaints
dieter.schicker at uni-graz.at
Sun Sep 10 22:48:29 UTC 2006
On Sun, 2006-09-10 at 15:31 -0700, Ron Smith wrote:
> --- Dieter Schicker <dieter.schicker at uni-graz.at>
> > Hi,
> > in my office I have to use evolution in order to be
> > able to connect to
> > the company's exchange server. So far so bad,
> > although it works passably
> > - with the exception that it's terribly slow and
> > that it crashes every
> > few hours and that the access to the global
> > addressbook does not work
> > and the junk filter filters nothing and and ...
> > Please don't get me
> > wrong: I don't blame evolution for that, but the
> > damned exchange server
> > and our IT department for not implementing a better
> > (open source)
> > solution ... *sigh*.
> Is it possible you can convicence the "powers that
> be", in your office, to let you use "Thunderbird"
> instead? That's what I use as a Win/Exchange client,
> and it fills in niecely.
Well, theoretically I can use whatever mail client I want. But the
problem is that I do not have access to the calendar and the addresses
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