Mr.D. Spencer Hines (crossposting maniac)
Please get a life and stop your moronic Trolling. In other words get lost . Most do
not know the game you are playing and what will be the end result after when you
will decide to shift gears to a higher speed
Unfortunately I and many others had the pleasure to find out a few years ago.
Now that you took a sabbatical from these MS newsgroups for the last few years you
are back and starting the same thing and the same way as you did before.
So before you decide to continue please get lost
Lux et Veritas et Libertas
Vires et Honor
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"D. Spencer Hines" <panther@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> How would you compare and contrast the capabilities and limitations of
> Outlook and Forte Agent?
> Is Microsoft trying to compete with Forte Agent at all -- if so, with what
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas
> Vires et Honor
> "Colin Brown WLMVP" <Hackersoft1@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Correct. Outlook is targeted at a completely different audience and there
>> were no plans on any kind of Outlook integration with WLM.
>> MSFT basically wants to separate the two. WLM for home users and Outlook
>> for business/Pro users. If you're running Outlook you can get the Outlook
>> connector which will give you access to your hotmail accounts through
>> Outlook if that's what you desire, however there are no NNTP features in
>> Colin Brown
>> WL MVP