adam.walker at rbwconsulting.com
Wed Jul 30 20:21:21 EDT 2003
> > From the setup you describe, your client should install the
> > latest version of the outlook add-in binary.
> As long as they are using Outlook 2000 on _Windows_, and not macs like
> the server is. The Outlook plugin is windows-specific. It might be
> possible to create a mac version without rewriting from scratch; I'm not
> sure - it depends how different the two versions are (could be very!).
> If they're using Mac Outlook then they should use pop3proxy. It's not
> as nice as the plugin to use, but they've already got the advantage of
> using a nicer computer, why should they have everything? ;)
As far as know there is not Outlook 2000 for Mac, but there is an Outlook
2001 for Mac (which, if I recall correctly, was a complete rewrite of the
MS-Office for Mac software line and can only connect to an Exchange server).
At any rate, I doubt COM exists on Macs and I doubt Outlook for Mac supports
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