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Re: [elpa] Excorporate: Exchange integration package

From: joakim
Subject: Re: [elpa] Excorporate: Exchange integration package
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2015 10:05:09 +0100
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Michael Albinus <address@hidden> writes:

> Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:
>> There can be exceptions (typically support for using Emacs on Windows
>> and Mac OS X platforms), when we consider that such support will
>> encourage people to rely on Free Software (e.g. Emacs) more than
>> it will encourage them to rely on proprietary programs.
> The choice of the server is not yours, if you are working for a
> company. I'm also confronted with an Exchange server @work.
>> In this case, I think this argument doesn't work, since you can already
>> use Emacs to access an Exchange server via IMAP (tho that admittedly
>> only covers some part of the functionality;and I don't know if other
>> parts can be similarly accessed via other standard protocols or not).
> Thomas has started with Calendar integration. AFAIK, you need EWS in
> order to access it on an Exchange server.
> And even IMAP access is not always possible. IMAP access information for
> that server was hidden in my company, and it took me a while to find it
> out. Other people might fail to get IMAP access for an Exchange server,
> depending on a company's policy.

This is my case @work. I cant even get any form of sane access to the
exchange server. In my case the emacs exchange integration wouldnt work
either, but if it would, it would be a great help.

>>         Stefan
> Best regards, Michael.

Joakim Verona

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