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Evolution + Ubuntu

Hi,

Please let me know how to configure Evolution with Microsoft Exchange in Ubuntu. I should get global address book of MS Exchange in Evolution.

Regards,
SR
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sreedhar2uAuthor Commented:

FYI

I am using Ubuntu 10.10
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mikegteCommented:
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underskyCommented:
Easy, i use Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 with Evolution and exchange

1. Way:
sudo apt-get install evolution-mapi

and use Exchange-mapi into evulution to get mails.

2. Way:
use imap, if exchange server allow it.
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underskyCommented:
p.s.
For global book, use 1 way, install evolution-mapi.
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sreedhar2uAuthor Commented:
If I select Exchange-MapI, I am able to get global address boot, but I am getting only two mails in my Inbox. It is not downloading and showing all the mails in Inbox.
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underskyCommented:
that's strange.. Evolution anyway download files, check configs.. yes they saved in different folder, but this is "exchange.. " in windows they work same.. not downloading mails, and save it on server (but Evolution cache this mails anyway) so if you just make redirect to Inbox, must work fine.. i work same around half year)

btw later i still want install same ThunderBird.. becouse evolution is toooo slow :( and work wrong sometimes..
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sreedhar2uAuthor Commented:
As I have issue with Exchnage-MAPI on Ubuntu 10.10, I have reinstalled my machine with Ubuntu 10.10 and able to use Exchange-Mapi.

Thanks,
SR
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