Re: [Evolution] Exchange Support?

They have turned it off, and say that they will not turn it on.  They
tell me that running POP3 and IMAP makes Exchange unstable...  
I told them that installing Exchange makes it unstable....  they weren't
amused.  So, back to my original question.
Will Evolution support Exchange in it's native sense, however it may


On 20 Apr 2001 08:53:19 -0400, Michael Leone wrote:
Evolutionsupports POP3and IMAP now. And POP (and, I believe, IMAP) support is on,by default, in a standard 
Exchange installation. So, assuming that they haven't turned off all POP3 and IMAP,or haven't turned it off 
on a user-by-user basis, you could probably use Evolution to connect to Exchange that way.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Chris Ford 
  To: evolution ximian com 
  Sent: Friday, April 20, 2001 1:22 AM
  Subject: [Evolution] Exchange Support?

  Did I read somewhere that Evolution is going to be able to connect to MS Exchange servers to handle LAN 
email?  The company I work for uses Exchange for all email, and they _WILL_NOT_ turn on POP support.  So we 
(Linux and UNIX users) are stuck running Outlook in a terminal server window.  If I could use Evolution to 
connect to the Exchange servers it would make many people's lives much easier....

  Chris Ford

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