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'[OT]: Mozilla 1.0 release party in Ann Arbor...'
2002\06\06@173804 by M. Adam Davis

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I just thought I'd extend the invitation to the picllistians living in
and around A^2, MI for the Mozilla 1.0 release party I'm hosting, Ann
Arbor Destroyed by Mozilla.

It is next Wednesday, June 12, and is primarily to celebrate the 4.5
years of work on the Mozilla internet suite and its 1.0 release.

We're going out for eats first (5:30-7:30) at Grizzly Peak Brewing Co,
then over to a room at WCC (or the Union) for the actual get-together.
Computer games, munchies, etc (still planning activities) until midnight.

Email spam_OUTadavisTakeThisOuTspamubasics.com if you are thinking about coming to either portion.

-Adam

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2002\06\07@005150 by Tal Dayan

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Just tried to download it from http://www.mozilla.org/releases/

and got the error page:

Not Found
The requested URL
/pub/mozilla/releases/mozilla1.0/mozilla-win32-1.0-installer.exe was not
found on this server.

Are you sure it's party time already ?  ;-)

Tal


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2002\06\07@111405 by M. Adam Davis

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It is for me!

I noticed that problem on wednesday, but was able to get it wednesday
night.  You might try it again.

There are hundreds of parties around the world, though - when you first
start the browesr it'll pop a list up.

-Adam

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2002\06\07@181948 by Mike Singer

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Tal Dayan wrote:

>Just tried to download it from http://www.mozilla.org/releases/
>
>and got the error page:



Another source:

CNET | Digital Dispatch
Mozilla's debut: worth the wait?
June 6, 2002
Vol. 8, No. 23
Mozilla 1.0:
http://clickthru.online.com/Click?q=23-sFcGINMrnCrAJOXiAvqb9cPSjDyR


-----   Mike.

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2002\06\07@202032 by Tal (Zapta)

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Thanks.

It download and installed with no problems and maintained all my settings
from RC2.

Excelent browser. Mozilla is going to become again my default browser.

Tal

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2002\06\08@134845 by Tal Dayan

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BTW, for anybody that is after good free software, checkout also
http://www.openoffice.org. Version
1.0 was just released recently and it looks very good.

Tal

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2002\06\09@121404 by Mike Singer

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Tal (Zapta) wrote:

>Thanks.
>
>It download and installed with no problems and maintained all my settings
>from RC2.
>
>Excelent browser. Mozilla is going to become again my default browser.
>
>Tal
>

  Does anybody know how to set up glorious Mozilla for HTTP mail
acount, if possible at all? The sort of thing MS Outlook did easily.

  Thanks.
     Mike.
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2002\06\09@133707 by Tal Dayan

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Mike,

Looks like (and please correct me if I wrong) that Microsoft is using the
name Outlook for both the CLIENT product (the classical Outlook one runs on
her desktop) and for an Exchange SERVER component that serves email using
http/html interface.

This are two different products with similar names for marketing reasons,
one typically runs on a server and the other runs on a desktop (similar to
Mozilla).

To which of the two do you refer to ?

BTW, if you are looking for an Open Source web based email access, you can
find a bunch of products (e.g.
www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Scripts_and_Programs/Email_Systems/Web-based_E
mail/)

Hope this helps,

Tal


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2002\06\09@163021 by Bob Ammerman

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"Outlook Express" is an POP/SMTP style email client. It comes free with
various flavors of Windows.

Plain "Outlook" is a much more elaborate program. In addition to POP/SMTP
email it can also serve as a client for exchange server. It also contains
calendar management, and a lot of other complicated, proprietary MS stuff.
It is not free.

"Exchange" is the piece that runs on the server.


Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems


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Subject: Re: [OT]: Mozilla 1.0 release party in Ann Arbor...


> Mike,
>
> Looks like (and please correct me if I wrong) that Microsoft is using the
> name Outlook for both the CLIENT product (the classical Outlook one runs
on
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> mail/)
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> Hope this helps,
>
> Tal
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2002\06\09@191355 by Tal Dayan

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There is a third 'Outlook' product and it is a server side component. I
think this is what Mike refered to when he talked about 'HTTP mail account'.

See (one long url)

www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechn
ol/exchange/exchange55/plan/ekmgem.asp

Tal


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2002\06\09@192909 by Jon Baker

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Mike wrote:
>    Does anybody know how to set up glorious Mozilla for HTTP mail
> acount, if possible at all? The sort of thing MS Outlook did easily.

I think Mike is talking about email accounts which use the HTTP protocol
rather than POP, SMTP etc.. Things like hotmail and other web based
services.

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