[TriLUG] Evolution question
mpusateri at wickedtrails.com
Wed Nov 30 11:07:10 EST 2005
This was then exchange connector available from Fedora as of about 2
weeks ago. Sorry I didn't pay attention to versions, nor did I
troubleshoot it a whole lot. I basically switched, because I knew
thunderbird worked and that Evolution has a history of being buggy.
On Wed, November 30, 2005 10:47 am, Douglas Ward wrote:
> Was that an older version of the exchange connector? I've been
> watching it
> fairly closely for the last two days and it seems to be working well.
> is a bit of a delay in processing changes though.
> On 11/30/05, Matt Pusateri <mpusateri at wickedtrails.com> wrote:
>> We use exchange at our corporate office, and I had been using
>> Evolution to connect to it. I was pleased for the first 2 months,
>> then realized that the exchange connector was having trouble
>> messages. Messages it said it had moved it didn't and messages it
>> thought were deleted weren't. I ended up moving back to thunderbird
>> for stability reasons. Plus I really didn't want to accept meeting
>> requests ;)
>> I do miss the integrated calander though, the calander plugin from
>> mozilla is a long way off. I won't even go into the whole poor
>> of firefox/thunderbird extensions and how they conflict, that's a
>> whole seperate rant.
>> Matt P.
>> On Wed, November 30, 2005 9:47 am, Tanner Lovelace wrote:
>> > On 11/30/05, Randall Barlow <rpbarlow at eos.ncsu.edu> wrote:
>> >> Slightly off-topic to your question (since I'm not too familiar
>> >> Evolution): have you considered trying Mozilla's Thunderbird
>> >> client? Thunderbird is a fantastic mail client I must say, and I
>> >> found
>> >> it to be much more intuitive and simple than Evolution. Just a
>> >> suggestion...
>> >> Randy
>> > Sadly, Thunderbird doesn't have the same kind of exchange
>> > that Evolution has, which is what the original poster said he
>> > I think Thunderbird is a great mail program and use it
>> > but
>> > if you need Exchange connectivity, that's one area where it's
>> > Cheers,
>> > Tanner
>> > P.S. If someone else knows differently, please speak up!
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