On Thu, 2006-12-28 at 11:10 +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> > It also blows away any excuses corporate pinheads might
have for NOT
> > integrating linux boxen into an Exchange network.
> If it worked, sure. Since the migration to Exchange 2003 or whatever it
> is called, I never got any new mail, despite having Evolution set up to
> check every few minutes. I have to double click the Inbox folder. And
> even in half of those cases it will fail with a message like "Could not
> refresh folder". People ask me why I don't get email until hours later.
> Well, if only I had more time to baby-sit Evolution and double click the
> Inbox folder throughout the day.. and just don't get me started on how
> long it takes for Evolution at startup to check folders that haven't
> changed since last time.
While the evo-exchange does randomly crash (mostly while doing lookups
for contacts on the server) I find it reasonable stable for mail and
calendar on exchange 2003.
This is my experience as well.