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We're in the early stages of a Zimbra-to-Google Apps migration.  Despite our issues with Zimbra, we do admit that it does have a very nice webclient.  Webclient use here is fairly high so it does become somewhat of a sticking point.  Not that there's much anyone can do about Gmail's webclient but I was curious if anyone else came from a similar situation (rich webclient to Gmail's webclient) that, for us at least, is the only portion that's a bit of a backstep and wound up having to run their own webclient to Gmail?

Thanks!

Terrill
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Planetary Science Institute

1700 E. Fort Lowell Rd, Ste 106

Tucson, AZ  85719-2395

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Give it a chance (turn on keyboard shortcuts) and you'll find it to be quite powerful.

Message from hallr@merrimack.edu

+1. There's a shift in philosophy, no doubt. Check out  http://learn.googleapps.com/outlook-users. I'd also seriously consider using Chrome as it adds several features to Google Apps.
           
Rand
 
Rand P. Hall
Director, Network Services                 askIT!
Merrimack College
978-837-3532

If I had an hour to save the world, I would spend 59 minutes defining the problem and one minute finding solutions. – Einstein



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