[brlug-general] Is OpenOffice just "good enough"?
tfournet at tfour.net
Tue May 22 16:44:44 CDT 2007
Yes. The Network Edition is required for the Outlook Plugin which makes
Outlook run like it's on Exchange, but otherwise it's seamless. It also
shares the calendar over http as .ics, so applications that can speak
that can view the calendars as well.
Brad Bendily wrote:
> On 5/22/07, Tim Fournet <tfournet at tfour.net> wrote:
>> We've been running Zimbra for ourselves and customers for over a year
>> now, and are loving it. I've ditched natively-run mail clients (except
>> for my home account) in favor of the web client. I find it just as fast,
>> much better at searching, and has a lot of other nice features.
>> If you need offline access, there's an offline version of the web client
>> that you can take with you when there's no connectivity. Works really
>> well, but the offline version doesn't yet support calendars and some
>> other features (still beta).
> Does Zimbra itself support calendaring and connections with Outlook and it's all
> seamless to the client/end user?
> General mailing list
> General at brlug.net
More information about the General