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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) GNOME User Guide
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1.7 E-mail and Calendering

Novell Evolution seamlessly combines e-mail, a calendar, an address book, and a task list in one easy-to-use application. With its extensive support for communications and data interchange standards, Evolution can work with existing corporate networks and applications, including Microsoft Exchange.

To start Evolution, click Computer > More Applications > Communicate > Evolution E-Mail or Computer > More Applications > Office > Evolution Calendar.

The first time you start it, Evolution prompts you with a few questions as it sets up a mail account and helps you import mail from your old mail client. Then it shows you how many new messages you have and lists upcoming appointments and tasks, as well as the current weather and news from news feeds. The calendar, address book, and mail tools are available in the shortcut bar on the left.

For more information, see Section 4.0, Evolution: E-Mail and Calendaring and Section 5.0, GroupWise Linux Client: E-Mailing and Calendaring.

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