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[ale] Publishing Evolution calendar to Exchange OWA

On Tue, 2005-08-30 at 15:17 +0000, Jeff Hubbs wrote:
> The latest Evolution that I run (the first after it became Novell 
> Evolution) is so quirky compared to how it used to be that I think I'm 
> going to be running away from it.  They limited the mail storage schemes 
> to one, for starters, and it takes it a long time to download messages.  
> More recently, it's taken to just hanging up either on the first message 
> downloaded or in the "Expunging deleted messages" stage.

My recent headaches with it are the frequent and random crashes when
selecting "reply" . v.2.2.3 is getting put in the category "Not stable
enough for daily use". 

It will take a LOT of work to migrate over to Thunderbird. 

So far, neither evolution nor thunderbird can sync the address book with
my Treo 650. gpilot just fails to function still.
> Jeff
> Jim Popovitch wrote:
> >Does anyone have Evolution working with publishing your calendar to a MS
> >Exchange using OWA (Outlook Web Access)?   This is different than using
> >the Evolution-Exchange integration.
> >
> >Tia,
> >
> >-Jim P.
> >
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