Wojciech Puchar wrote:
the extra features of on exchange server some place (shared calendars
etc), getting users to move away from Outhouse is a major security
improvement and reduces most of the email tech support calls.
i provide services for users, including mail services with IMAP access.
and i often help users of my services how to configure their client
programs (which is often not my duty) for free.
but i don't help solving problems that people willingly create, FOR
EXAMPLE by using Outlook for mail.
other examples are using internet explorer, others are installing some
"magic firewalls" and "feeling secure" instead of just stopping all
windows network services and then running few really needed (often none).
Other is using POP3 instead of IMAP, so no e-mails are kept on server
side (and backed up by me daily) and then
but thats problems they are willingly creating, and chance to get some
cash providing data recovery services etc...
people are allowed to be stupid. it's natural. no need to worry
Sometimes managing calendars and corporate schedules can be a pain in
the ass. I don't see how groups like Intel could do it any other way..
For smaller groups though, it isn't as necessary, yes..
Besides, I still like my Thunderbird / pine :).
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