Need e-mail client to access an Exchange server.
racerx at makeworld.com
Fri May 25 22:44:01 UTC 2007
On Fri, 25 May 2007 15:34:14 -0700
George Farris <farrisg at cc.mala.bc.ca> wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-25-05 at 17:42 -0400, JD wrote:
> > I use Evolution. Just select "Exchange Server" as the server type.
> > Then fill in the OWA address of the server. The rest is academic...
> > Works fine. However, I can't get the corporate address book to
> > work, so if you get that part, let us know... I'd love to have both
> > working
> I've done this at the College as well and also haven't been able to
> get the address book to work. I have got it to work on a test
> network where everything is on the same network segment, but that
> doesn't help. In that case Evolution just found it, wouldn't display
> lists of contacts but would search and fill in the To: line.
> I would love more info on this as well.
Although I have setup T-bird within the company network to access the
Global Addressbook - I have not tried this over the net. If it fails
(and I'll try this over the weekend) installing a public LDAP server
may be needed.
Search Google on Thunderbird and LDAP for the idea of how TB gets
configured. Setting up the LDAP server may be something else.
Like I mentioned, I have gotten this to run within the company network
structure (minus the calendar of course) with TB and the addressbook
using Active Dir. We're in the process of setting up a Fedora-DS server
for something a bit more.
As time goes on - perhaps I'll do up a short how-to since the ones you
find via Google are much to be desired.
BOFH excuse #405:
Sysadmins unavailable because they are in a meeting talking about why
they are unavailable so much.
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