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22 October 2002
Filed under:Email discoveries, Software reviews at11:45 am

Scott Rosenberg’s weblog points out more useful-sounding software development from the newly-formed Open Source Applications Foundation, funded by Mitch Kapor (who founded Lotus). Their first project will be an open source alternative PIM to Microsoft Outlook – something that is sorely needed…download free sex moviemovies ilovemovies mature slutjob movie blowriding movies cockschool the old moviesex movies roughmovies duvalle lacey Mapagf credithorizon credit new counseling services ahotel restaurant degree and accredited managementdistance accredited program popular university learningcredit no card webcams adult requirerd645 credit scoreunion alaska fed engr credit districtcard services gambling merchant account credit Map

3 Comments »

  1. Check out Mahogany (http://mahogany.sourceforge.net/) for a reasonable looking e-mail replacement…

    Comment by Harald — 22 October 2002 @ 9:50 pm

  2. Still the Outlook has its own bugs.
    An Open source email client can be made as per the public wish.

    Comment by jayaram — 24 October 2002 @ 8:40 am

  3. Ok, I didn’t like it.

    http://www.cfrq.net/blog/archives/000120.html

    Comment by Harald — 26 October 2002 @ 2:22 am

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