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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Exchange is pretty cool, no? :-)
  • I have vowed that I will quit on the spot if a company ever tries to make me use Outlook again.

    The shameful thing is that it's probably a good desktop version of a PDA, but it's just so grossly overdone and has the worst email client on the planet that it's not worth it.

    -Dom

  • 4. OLE Structured Storage. Who's brainfart was that?

    Do you really need to ask? After all, if Outlook was able to save email in RFC 822 compliant text files, you might be enticed to use a competing mail agent [mutt.org].

    Overall, I've found that Exchange isn't that bad, if IMAP is enabled. It's difficult to change your email password (unless you're actually logging into an NT domain), you can use a real email client, you can get at the full headers, and save mail to mailboxes. Of course, there are better email