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What does everyone use for their mail/calendar client (microsoft outlook in windows as example)? using windows, i got real into using outlook, i had a task list, my calendar had ...
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    Mail/Calendar Client


    What does everyone use for their mail/calendar client (microsoft outlook in windows as example)? using windows, i got real into using outlook, i had a task list, my calendar had everything i needed in it, etc, so what i am wondering is there a similiar app that will let me import things from outlook? i have everything backed up into a PST file.
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    Nothing but Outlook can use pst files, at least as far as I know, but Evolution would do everything you're asking about. As a matter of fact, if your Exchange server has Outlook Web Access running, Evolution can actually grab all the info from that and run "natively" using the Exchange Connector.
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    i don't think i have an exchange server....

    i thought i had read something about importing from outlook, don't remember what program it was or where i read it. if needed, i can always export everything into a different type of file.
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    This might be of some use (at least for getting mail from a pst): http://alioth.debian.org/projects/libpst/
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    ok cool. ill be sure to let everyone know if it works in case someone else has this situation.

    thanks for all your help flatline. i appreciate it.
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