On Thu, 2005-09-29 at 10:11 +0800, Ow Mun Heng wrote: > Full as in what sense? I don't know what else you can do other than > calendering/Email address book. What are it's features again? People often mistake features for support of MS standards. Ie. Outlook + Exchange. As a result this has resulted in products developed on open standards (non-RAND!!) being neglected and instead focusing on MS standards (read Office/Windows integration). http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2445.txt http://www.washington.edu/ucal/ If you stick to open standards, you should be able to use different applications to connect to multiple email systems, calendaring backends etc. Now to make this work seamlessly, is where FOSS/Proprietary companies make money by developing, providing and supporting their own solutions based on open standards and having real software choice. So people can make the best choice from multiple solutions proprietary or FOSS. See Mass. By supporting OpenDocument you no longer judge standards on MS Office, but by which vendor (Corel, KOffice, Staroffice/Openoffice, Abiword, Gnumeric and more) has the best features that supports OpenDocument format.
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