[SATLUG] What do I need to use Evolution with an exchange server

Ernest De Leon edeleonjr at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 21:32:25 CDT 2008


you will need the paid for plugin for ximian....google ximian evolution
connector...or something like that

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 7:18 PM, gboswell <gboswell at cis.sac.accd.edu> wrote:

> I had enough of using the outlook web client with Linux for the accd
> mail system, I want to use Evolution mail.
>
> Now to do this I need to know what questions to ask our "Mail exchange
> experts"  in order to get  Evolution to  work with  our exchange
> servers.  My new  superior  insists on me using the new exchange mail
> servers for my school mail. I know I should have done this before the
> s....t hit the fan but o-well. Any advise out there. I can run Outlook
> inside a XP-Pro VMWare session but as a last resort. I believe I need to
> know the //servername/exchange/path to mail box, but what else?
>
> Thanks for any suggestions including ref. sources. No I haven't done a
> Google search yet but I will if no expert wisdom surfaces.
>
> BTW You all missed an excellent "Linux-Desktop-2008" presentation at the
> OpenSource Fest by Tom Weeks. Lots of new ideas and comments, now I know
> why M$ is so scared. I believe he has the presentation on the XCSSA web
> site. Definitely worth a look. Thanks Tom.
>
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