Ok, I'm ever so slowly trying to wean myself off of Windows. Not permanently, as I still need it for work purposes....
Now, for the moment here at work I've got a WinXP box as my main PC. I've got both IE6 and Firefox for Internet Browsers and Outlook 2003 and Thunderbird for EMail clients. I just now
got Thunderbird up and running, so if I'll likely be removing MS Office 2003.
Now, here's the part that's the bitch. Tenet, in their infinite wisdom, has set up their pages/web based software to use IE 5.5 or higher.
Visit this link in both IE and Firefox.
With IE, I get a logon page. With Firefox, I get a 'Sorry, you gotta have IE' type of page.
Is there any way to get firefox to somehow fool the site into thinking it's IE?
At the moment, this and a couple of other small things is what's keeping me from going to Linux.
Well, I'm off to install Open Office and play with Thunderbird.
Ok, Thunderbird seems to be pretty nice. My only problem now is:
1.) Does this have a 'Task list' like Outlook? We use it all the time here.
2.) How do I get it to see the Global Address book? I can connect to our exchange server via Pop3, but can't seem to access the Global Address list.
Also, I noticed Mozilla... Is the Email client that's bundled with that just thunderbird? I'm debating on if I want to try that or not.