__/ [ Gordon ] on Wednesday 29 March 2006 08:07 \__
> jabrooksr@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> love Linux. Running several versions of SuSE and currently on 10.0,
>> I've become a real Linux advocate and would love to see the "masses"
>> convert to this superior system. However, as a former power user of MS
>> Outlook, KDE is still falling short of offering an integrated mail,
>> contact and calendar system that suits the needs of most professional
>> There appears no way to cleanly convert Outlook addresses to CSV to
> Use Thunderbird as an intermediary - import Outlook Contacts to Thunderbird
> then export as LDIF format
>> KDE provides the utility and functionality but it just plain
>> doesn't work. Small, but important tasks such as adding calendar
>> entries from services like EBAY to the KDE calendar do not work.
> Umm most "professional" users wouldn't be putting Ebay items in their
> Outlook calendar as I suspect that access to Ebay would be blocked by their
> IT dept.......
As far as I'm aware, Thunderbird does both E-mail and RSS.
So, have a look...
This site/service has recently returned to life. You can keep track of your
favourite eBay items and be notified when something rare goes on auction.
Outlook, on the other hand, cannot handle feeds. Pretty miserable if you
consider the maturity of feeds...
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