Yes that is correct - But Apple needs to disconnect from MS ExChange at some point or forever be depended on MS - MobileMe is that baby step into that direction , kill Exchange then Apple will be a true enterprise solution<br><br>IMO<br><br>
<br>Could it be that a portion of the Linux users are surfing "stealth" and announce themselves as PCs?<br>Of course, there are gazillions of Linux machines, which aren't even online.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
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Some portion surely are--but sites don't check platform so much as browser, right? So people would be more likely to spoof the browser than the OS I would think.<br><br>But when you spoof, say, IE, does that also spoof the OS identifier? I've never checked.<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
"But Apple needs to disconnect from MS ExChange at some point or forever be depended on MS - MobileMe is that baby step into that direction , kill Exchange then Apple will be a true enterprise solution"<br><br>Unfortunately, transitions of that magnitude don't usually work that way. I think Apple is doing a good job with providing alternatives to Outlook. Mobile Me is really a small piece of that. More important would be the work Apple is doing with regards to Calendar services, etc. The office environment is not just about e-mails, but more about scheduling meetings, etc.<br><br>Anyway, a more likely transition to Apple servers would be to get a majority of clients (PCs) to be Mac based. The only way to do that is to have Exchange server support. Once Macs out number PCs in an organization, then you can rip out the Exchange server infrastructure. It would be much more disruptive to keep PCs on the desktop and remove the Exchange server in place of Apple's mail server and calendar server, etc.<br><br>
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