The Ximian Connector for Microsoft Exchange allows Ximian Evolution clients to access accounts on Microsoft Exchange 2000 servers. It is available through Ximian Red Carpet in its own channel or through novell's website. See the product's site for more details: https://store.ximian.com/xproddetail.php?sku=XCN14-DL-U01.
Unlike the regular Ximian Evolution client, the Ximian Connector for Microsoft Exchange is proprietary software and source code is not available.
Edit by jbreland:
Thanks, Andrew! Actually, the connector has, in fact, recently been GPL'ed. This happened a few months ago, thanks to Novell. Details about this can be found in the Evolution 2.0 press release from Novell.
I know I'm very late posting this, but since this is so significant (and I happen to have a slight bit of free time right now), I wanted to post the news here.
For anyone who may be unaware, Firefox is basically a stand-alone version of Mozilla's web browser. However, Firefox has been greatly enhanced, supports a ton of useful new features, and can be easity extended with any of the hundreds of extensions and plugins available for it.
Similar to Firefox, Thunderbird is the stand-alone version of Mozilla's mail client and address book. It has also been greatly enhanced, and is officially (by my standards) one slick e-mail client.
Here's a compilation of useful links for both Firefox and Thunderbird. If you haven't tried either Firefox or Thunderbird yet, please give it a shot. Trust me, give it one week, and you'll be thanking me for turning you on to it.
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Check it out at the ClamWin website.