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E-Mail for OS X and Exchange Server

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MS does not plan to release an OS X, version of Outlook. Is there anything that could be used from the Linux or Unix world?
Entourage, Eudora and the like Do Not work. There must be an MS NT Exchange Server Client piece.  I was hoping someone in the UNIX world had developed a mail client with this capability.
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Any reason you cant run it under classic mode?
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by:rid
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Perhaps Eudora (Qualcomm) has released / will release domething for OS X environment.

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Microsoft's product...  Entourage 10.1

It ships with MS Office X

Microsoft should be happy to help you set it up.  I like this email client way better than Eudora.
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The verdict is still out on Outlook for OS X. They did a recent user survey to try to determine whether customers wanted Outlook X or have the Outlook functionality rolled into Exchange X. My vote is for the later.
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The last i heard Apple was going to be able to add support for it under 10.2 and mail.app but since 10.2 isnt out yet i dont know what the status is.
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