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  • What about Evolution? Can it handle the calendar/schedule things as well these days? I haven't tried it in a while.
    • by vek (2312) on 2002.05.29 7:50 (#8890) Journal
      I haven't used Evolution since I removed linux from my corporate laptop (long story - I think I wrote a journal entry about it). I could switch to using my linux desktop to read mail but I work from home sometimes and therefore like to keep all my mail on my laptop - so I'm stuck with windows.

      This is the second time Outlook has been pushed on me. Well, the first time it was "suggested", yesterday I was "asked". I've still got a couple of lives left so I'll just use Mozilla until the big boys with baseball bats come to visit :-)

      To be honest I don't know what the big deal is.

      Do I answer all my corporate e-mail? - when required, yep.
      Do I forget about meetings? - nope.
      Am I late to meetings? - nope.

      People can function perfectly well without Outlook holding their hand - I don't know why Management think we're all lost without it...
      • People can function perfectly well without Outlook holding their hand - I don't know why Management think we're all lost without it...

        I know that here they like us to use Outlook so that they can look at our calendar and schedule around us if necessary. As a result, I have a permanent appointment for "lunch" every day at 11 so that people won't schedule meetings during my preferred lunch time. >:)

        To be honest, I like Outlook. I know it's virus friendly, but quite frankly if my Windows box gets a vi