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Re: [vox] Good Evolution review

As a stand alone mail/PIM, it reviews up just fine.  Right now they only have a for purchase Exchange connector for Exchange 2000.  They hope to come out with an Exchange 5.5 connectotr later this year.  So, in a business setting with Exchange, it's not quite ready yet.  


On Tue, 08 January 2002, William Kendrick wrote:

> My co-worker handed me a page out of his latest eWeeks magazine.
> Their "eWeeks Lab // Review" section has a brief review of
> Evolution, the e-mail client / groupware application from Ximian.
> The last part was the best :)
>        Evolution's interface is similar to that of Outlook, and its
>   feature set was likewise familiar, with facilities for tasks
>   such as rules-based e-mail filtering.
> [and the good part :) ]
>        Unlike Outlook, however, we were able to create virtual folders
>   from the filtering rules we created.  The contents of these virtual
>   folders updated dynamically, and a particular message could appear
>   in multiple virtual folders.
> Nifty! :)
> -bill!
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