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Outlook Makes It to Mac

I've long toyed with using a Mac as a full-time work machine and running Windows on a home machine or two just to stay current. The only problem (besides shelling out big bucks for the honor of using a Mac) is Entourage. While this is a pretty good system, it ain't quite Outlook, which is my corporate standard.

Now, my only excuse is not wanting to shell out big bucks for the honor of using a Mac. That's because the next rev of Office for the Mac will dump Entourage for a newly built Outlook.

Posted by Doug Barney on August 19, 2009


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