Re: [Evolution] Plugin for Evolution

Also the idea of going through WEBDav is not the answer I know that
exist and I know it works and it works for me.  However its going
through the web interface why not use IMAP instead if its there.

On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 2:20 PM, CParticle <cparticle gmail com> wrote:
Exchange can and does do IMAP as Art mentioned however my question was
 not about that.  I already have an exchange mailbox and I already am
 able to see the contents of the calendar folder using only IMAP not
 MAPI and certainly not the Excahnge connector in Evolution.

 My question is about getting the contents of the Calendar folder to
 display as a Calendar even though I'm not using the exchange
 connector.  The data is already there what's the obstacle?


 On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 2:11 PM, Art Alexion <art rhd org> wrote:
 > Incorrect.  It supports POP3 (well) and IMAP (not so well).  These
 >  protocols have to be enabled on the server, but IIRC, they are enabled
 >  by default.
 >  On Thu, 2008-02-28 at 13:57 -0500, Andrew Chandler wrote:
 >  > As far as I know Exchange does not use IMAP protocol nor expose its
 >  > contents as IMAP folders.  It supports 2 mechanisms:
 >  --
 >  Art Alexion
 >  MIS
 >  x3075

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