Exchange ActiveSync account
john.c.prather at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 00:09:41 UTC 2010
I realize I'm sort of reviving a dead thread here.
I have created a davmail port and am trying it out before I submit the PR.
Davmail comes highly recommended by some of my peers as a solution for
syncing imap/pop3 clients to MS Exchange's Outlook Web Access (OWA),
so will work without needing ActiveSync to be running on the server.
Exchange itself offers IMAP support, if your admins have it enabled,
but I've seen implementations where HTML emails are converted to
text/plain by the server before being served to the IMAP client, which
is not very desirable for enterprise email.
On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 9:46 AM, Chuck Swiger <cswiger at mac.com> wrote:
> On Mar 25, 2010, at 6:16 AM, Jack Raats wrote:
>> I have an Exchange ActiveSync account and I would like to get this mail on my freebsd 7.3-stable server.
>> I donn't haven an imap or pop account, only the information of the activesync account.
>> Can anyone give me a clue how to achieve this?
> Yes, abandon this proprietary account in favor of something using published Internet RFC standards.
> As far as I can tell from 30 seconds with the wikipedia entry, there are no freely available implementations which would run on FreeBSD. You can pay for the Outlook connector to Zimbra, which runs on Linux and MacOSX....
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