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[News] OpenOffice Gets Lotus 'Implants', Outlook-like Capabilities

  • Subject: [News] OpenOffice Gets Lotus 'Implants', Outlook-like Capabilities
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 13:36:31 +0100
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: Netscape / schestowitz.com
  • User-agent: KNode/0.10.4
IBM Adds Lotus Notes Code To OpenOffice Project

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| The stakes are high as an increasing number of government and enterprise 
| software buyers are insisting that the applications they purchase conform to 
| internationally recognized standards.  


IBM to give OpenOffice the Outlook e-mail killer it needs?

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| Has the Outlook killer for OpenOffice finally arrived?
| OpenOffice is the most promising open source alternative to Microsoft Office 
| that runs on most Linux distributions, Windows, Macintosh and BSD but to date 
| it has lacked an integrated e-mail service such as the Outlook client that is 
| integrated in Microsoft Office.    


Why OpenOffice Needs IBM

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| Contributing to an open source Outlook effort would help IBM, OpenOffice, and 
| all of us in search of a great PIM-Email-Address Book solution. 


Touch of button opens up IBM open source technologies

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| The syndication tool allows users to access a wide range of open source 
| technologies across a variety of topics including Web 2.0 technologies, game 
| development and Web innovation through a web site called IBM developerWorks.  



Migrating a city government to OpenOffice

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| Dave Richards is an IT administrator for a city government. The city has been 
| using OpenOffice.org for about six years. Dave's a Linux guru, and helps run 
| an elegant, efficient Linux network with a nice big server and lots of fairly 
| old dumb terminals running OpenOffice.org at a very acceptable speed.   


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