Re: [Evolution] (no subject)

On Tue, 2002-07-16 at 17:32, Rob Brown-Bayliss wrote:
Taken from this article
    During his keynote, Ballmer also announced the availability by the
    middle of 2003 of Exchange Server "Titanium," which will include
    integrated wireless access, greater scalability and availability and
    contextual collaboration. Simultaneous to that release will be the
    arrival of Outlook 11, which will include XML and new features like
    meetings innovation, note-taking tools, personal information
    management and expanded e-mail. 

Any idea on what they mean by expanded email?

The whole last sentence seems garbled. ("meetings innovation"?) I'm
guessing it's supposed to say something like "expanded e-mail

Are we going to find 90%
of or email arrives in a new format, copyrighted by M$ and unavailable
to the non MS mail progs?

In general, MS is moving towards internet standards, not away from them.
Each new version of Outlook and Exchange has been more standards-
compliant than the last, and all signs point to that trend continuing.

-- Dan

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