Linda and the list,
At Miami University, we have licensed Eudora for our faculty/staff since
1996 and we've been very pleased. We required a client for Windows and Mac
as well. Over time, the filtering capability has become especially
important. We license Eudora for students (unlimited site license), also,
but most of them now bring Outlook or use the web-based email program
(Squirrel Mail) we made available through our portal.
Assistant Director, Computing and Information Services
Oxford, OH 45056
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At 03:39 PM 1/14/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>Here at Colorado State University our standard email client for our
>faculty/staff has been Netscape Messenger 4.7x for about the past five
>years. We are looking to upgrade to a new desktop client and are
>reviewing: Eudora, Netscape Messenger 7.0, Mozilla, and Outlook Express.
>Even though we have pockets of folks using Outlook using an Exchange
>server, we have ruled it out as a contender for our overall campus standard
>(too many Unix and non Windows groups). Our students use WebMail, formerly
>by Infinity, now a Captaris products.
>I'd appreciate any feedback on what others are using for faculty/staff
>and/or if anyone can comment on the ones I've listed. The client we choose
>must be available for both Windows and Mac. Thanks in advance.
>PS - we've developed a criteria checklist posted at:
>http://www.colostate.edu/acns/uitss/ (see the PDF under the section labeled
>Linda J. McNamara, Associate Director
>Academic Computing and Networking Services
>2028 Campus Delivery
>Colorado State University
>Fort Collins, CO 80523-2028
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