ComputerWeekly.com (UK): Windows to Linux gap bridged in NYJan 27, 2000, 21:06 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cliff Saran)
[ Thanks to Natas for this link. ]
"Losing access to features such as calendars, tasks and shared diaries has been one of the drawbacks for companies considering deploying Linux on the desktop."
"Using published Microsoft programming interfaces and documentation, Bynari said it has been able to build a product capable of bridging the gap between Windows and Linux."
"Called Trademail, the software has been designed to operate as a Linux-based Exchange-compatible e-mail server. The client software half of Trademail is an Outlook-compatible e-mail reader which supports calendar, task, contacts book and other groupware features available within the Microsoft Exchange server."