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Re: OpenGroupware? -- how is it "crippled" at the server???

Quoting Chris Ricker <kaboom gatech edu>:
> For example, look at Evolution or Mozilla. Both work with OGo.

And don't forget Apple.  ;-ppp

Side Note:  Now Evolution requires a connector.  But that's not the fault of 
OGo, but Ximian.  Bynari tried to crack that nut with its InsightConnector for 
Evolution (complementary to the one for Outlook, that lets you store non-Email 
over IMAP), but Ximian made it hell for them.

But Mozilla and MacOSX are "ready-to-use."

Bryan J. Smith, E.I.  mailto:b j smith ieee org  http://thebs.org
[NT-based] Windows itself has never been the primary issue with
security.  Secure configuration of Windows prevents 98% of Windows
software from working properly, especially Microsoft's own.
Hence why a secure Windows is not an option for enterprises and
consumers alike, since it would prevent them from working.

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