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Re: status of KDE PIM software

In our company we have a similar problem: Exchange.
The main problem I encounter integrating KDE with the company environment is 
with appointment.
At the moment, using korganizer, I'm able to send appointment as attachment 
that are recognized as appointment by outlook, but not automatically put in 
the calendar.
But the main feature that lacks are:
- the ability to receive appointments as v/ical 
- the ability to automatically check the availability of other participants

I think we really need a module that can speak directly with the exchange 
server. I tried to look inside the e-mail that contain appointments and there 
is nothing interesting.


On 16:11, domenica 26 maggio 2002, Mike Frisch wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-05-26 at 04:24, Donald R. Spoon wrote:
> > I don't know about the status of a KDE PIM, but if Evolution suits your
> > needs, why don't you run it from the KDE environment??  Unless your
> > version absolutely requires GNOME for some reason that I am not aware
> > of, it should run under KDE.  GNOME and KDE have been working at getting
> > their apps to run under either environment for over a year now, and most
> > that I have tested out here do so.
> FWIW, I am typing this reply in Evolution running on KDE 3.0.1.  The
> only "issue" I can see is that the GNOME configuration must be set
> independently of the KDE configuration.  That means things such as
> fonts, URL handlers, etc., must be configured separately for each
> environment.  No big deal since these are things one typically
> configures once only.
> Mike.

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