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Email client question Outlook?

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Trafficcone Sat 18-Oct-08 19:37:29

I have Outlook Express but I use Outlook at work. I miss having the calender when I get home, so is it possible to download Outlook for free or would I have to pay for it? Express just doesn't do everything I want it to..

nannynick Sun 19-Oct-08 09:52:42

Outlook is a chargeable product. around £80
If you use an older version of Outlook at work, try to find the same version of Outlook (Outlook 2000, Outlook 2003).
60-Day Trial edition of Outlook 2007 can be obtained from the Microsoft site
Note: There are various versions available, some have Business Contact Manager. You may want to check on the work computer as to what version they have installed.

nannynick Sun 19-Oct-08 09:54:14

Another note, Outlook can be used with Exchange Server. If facilities you need rely on having Exchange, then that won't work at home unless you are able to log-in to your work computer systems from home.

Trafficcone Sun 19-Oct-08 19:27:55

Thanks Nanny, that's really helpful! Looks like I'm stuck with Thunderbird or paying for Outlook if I want the calender/reminder service in my email client..

nannynick Sun 19-Oct-08 22:13:18

You could perhaps try Lightning addon for Thunderbird also you could experiment with Outport if you needed to export data from Outlook to Lightning.

Thunderbird 3 (due towards end of year) may integrate the Lightning addon.

MrVibrating Mon 20-Oct-08 00:53:09

The (free) replacement for Outlook Express is called Windows Live Mail. The next version of it will include a calendar. If you don't mind the risks of using unreleased software, you can download a beta version here.

I haven't used this, so good luck!

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