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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • So I don't have to use 97, I have to use Outlook XP. In XP many of your complaints are the default behaviour but are configurable, some are not. I wish I could find a good replacement for Outlook, we do not have POP3 enabled on our server. I have not spent much time looking around for something else. What would you suggest?
    • It sounds as if MS have allowed the user to turn-off some of the worst aspects of Outlook, which is nice for a change. If you can use POP or IMAP then I think there is plenty of choice on plenty of platforms, if you are bound to the evils of MS Exchange Server, then life gets more difficult. I can't honestly say I know of an alternative, and like you I'd like to know if there are some. I think there are various Linux Exchange compatible projects, but I don't know how far they have got, or if there is anyth

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      -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
    • we have an IMAP server in our office and many different clients - Mozilla, mutt, pine, and outbreak.
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      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;