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Hello, My mother currently accesses her workstation from home via an ActiveX control/program in her browser (IE only) in windows. I'm trying to get her to switch to Linux, and she wants to, but because of the fact that she can't access her workstation from linux, this causes a problem. I managed to find her a way for her to do her work without using ActiveX, but she still can't access her desktop, which has M$ Outlook connected to a M$ Exchange server. Without email, she can't really do her job. A quick trip around google told me that this *might* be possible, but was not entirely clear. So, my question is, has anyone here managed to access a Microsoft Exchange server on Mozilla Thunderbird, or any other linux mail client? (Or if it's possible to run ActiveX on linux). Thanks, -- Samuel (shardz) Shardz's Igloo: shardz.homelinux.net Registered Linux User #410639 amarok.kde.org defectivebydesign.org usmc.mil -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
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