Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 24th May 2010 23:12 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Microsoft "Back in February, Microsoft released public specifications for PST files, the databases used by Outlook for storing and archiving e-mail. To these specifications, Microsoft has now added a pair of developer-oriented open source projects: the PST Data Structure View Tool for cracking open PSTs to browse inside them, and the PST File Format SDK, a cross-platform C++ library for working with PST files programmatically."
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by Anonymous Coward on Tue 25th May 2010 10:30 UTC
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Thunderbird is good because I can set it up as a Desktop interface to my Google apps. I have it on my desktop at home, desktop at work, and portable machines as an IMAP client, and Lightning with Provider for Google calendar on them as well. In the end, all of my information is in my Google apps, but Thunderbird works seamlessly with them.

On the other hand, Zimbra desktop looks real interesting - ...but Zimbra has always looked interesting....there just aren't a lot of providers that offer it.

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