I've heard of several people experiencing similar problems with the
Oracle Calendar client. And Thunderbird. Actually, with all software
The university is in a fun place. Our existing product is at
end-of-life, so we need to figure out what's better and move on.
Exchange might not be the answer, but I don't think there is any reason
to dismiss it off hand with MS bashing. An Exchange implementation
wouldn't mean you'd be forced to use Outlook. In fact you could happily
continue to use any imap client you like, even Pine if you're a die
hard. Plus you'd get all sorts of new features which you could
blissfully ignore, or leverage if you're so inclined.
All I'm saying is if you're going to knock it, give valid reasons and
offer a better solution.
On 9/29/10 10:50 AM, Victor Rossi wrote:
> Outlook has on occasion become disfunctional. Twice in my experience
> from ms automatic updates. It would be risky to have the calendar
> service equally vulnerable. -vr