Outlook for Linux Options from Freedom Penguin





  • I'm really glad the author mentioned O365.

    There seems to be (in general) very little need to run a full Outlook client. If unlike @dafyre and he's willing to live with the changes to something like Thunderbird, moving away from Outlook, yet he wants to maintain his folder structure - then O365 seems like a great solution for $4/month in Hosted Exchanage.



  • @Dashrender said in Outlook for Linux Options from Freedom Penguin:

    I'm really glad the author mentioned O365.

    There seems to be (in general) very little need to run a full Outlook client. If unlike @dafyre and he's willing to live with the changes to something like Thunderbird, moving away from Outlook, yet he wants to maintain his folder structure - then O365 seems like a great solution for $4/month in Hosted Exchanage.

    I don't mind Thunderbird... Until I hit Gmail, it was my Go-To email client (this was before Outlook got to be halfway decent)... You can even get Thunderbird to play nicely with Exchange (probably O365 too, but never tried it).



  • I'm currently finding myself in a bad situation. A customer has Outlook 2013 and is connecting via IMAP to RackSpace email (non Exchange). After their recent upgrade to Windows 10, they discovered that IMAP wasn't syncing things correctly back to RackSpace. They lost all of their sent mail and several people lost random stuff from within folders. It's a very bizarre situation.

    They are looking to leave RackSpace now and move to Hosted Exchange/O365.



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