[Wolves] Linux and Exchange / Outlook

Wayne Morris wayne at machx.co.uk
Thu Apr 29 02:26:00 BST 2004

phpgroupware from sourceforge used to be good for shared calendars and
lots of other goodies, but haven't tried it in a long while so don't
know if it still exists.

On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 09:32, Katherine Goodwin wrote:
> Dear all,
> After various things to do with shared calendaring coming up on our
> wishlist at work, and after discussions with a few people at the Expo
> (Hello Ron *wave*), including some customers of ours, it seems that one
> of the things that prevents some people in businesses from feeling that
> they can try to convince people to move to Linux is the lack of the
> shared calendaring bit of outlook and exchange.
> I've done a bit of reading into what is available here, and I'd like to
> try out some of the alternatives so that I can evaluate them for
> customers, but my biggest problem is that I'm not sure exactly what
> outlook does in this respect!
> So, does anyone or has anyone used the calendaring stuff in
> outlook/exchange?  If so, what features do you use and find the most
> useful?
> If anyone has this sort of feedback, my aim is to eventually put
> together a document evaluating the alternatives to outlook, and if
> nothing does quite what people use in outlook, to compile a list of
> features that I think are missing - I think it would be useful not only
> for my work but for anyone who is trying to convince people in an office
> environment to move over to linux.
> Anyway, enough of a rant for the moment!
> thanks
> Kat
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