Is There an Open Source Equivalent to Outlook for Windows?
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Although I only use webmail, my friend is a recent Thunderbird convert and loves it...much better than Outlook Express [although that isn't too hard]
It runs on Mac OS X and Linux as well as M$ Windows
mozilla is working on an OS competition to Outlook, check their home page and see what it is called. currently it is in very early beta, but it is supposed to have most of the fetures of Outlook already and by the time it gets into later betas and live vs it should be as good or better then outlook, well better as it will not have all of the security issues you have now with outlook.
try that. Sunbird is what Mozilla is calling their project that is gearing up to compete with Outlook. it is cross platform Linux, MAC, Windows, but as mentioned in early early beta so keep that in mind.
Originally posted by mysticsound I'm looking for something that will run on Windows.
Sorry, I thought you were looking for a Linux program equivalent to Outlook on Windows, particularly since you posted in the Linux Software forum. Between that and the phrasing my misunderstanding your question is understandable, don't you think? Anyhow, My bad!
Evolution won't run on Windows, will it?
Not yet. You might be able to coax it to compile and run via cygwin but that would be painful at best.