On Mon, 9 Dec 2002, April Westberg wrote:
> Why would you want do that anyway?
> Office v.X is a good product. Spend the money for the upgrade. Its not
> worth the hassle to run classic applications when there is a perfectly
> good native alternative.
> However, specifically addressing your question, I have heard that
> running network dependent applications in classic mode is highly
> unstable. Being that Outlook needs to access the network for email, it
> is not surprising that it doesn't work. Apple Mail, Webmail, pine,
> Netscape Messenger all are supported CIT apps and work well for email.
> For calenders, Corperate Time works great on Jaguar.
> If this is not for yourself recommending CIT supported apps can save
> everyone a lot of hassle.
Actually I do have Office X, but Entourage does not support Exchange.
Ximian connector is a pain to install in OSX, and very flaky. The only
way to access exchange resources (from a mac) right now is to use Office
2001 under Classic. So in this case, there is no OSX native alternative.