Not sure how the Evolution email client is doing. But I think the part of Outlook that most overlook is the Exchange server. That is what keeps all the meetings and other crap synchronized. So it takes more than just the client. I personally don't know of any open source email servers that have the range of Outlook/Exchange (above email itself). If there is something like that, someone let me know. I'd be interested to check it out.
Missed the market shift? No, they pulled a Novell. They got too big for their britches and assumed because they were number one, they could dictate how things should be. They stopped innovating and became relatively stagnant. Meanwhile others went around them and delivered stuff that the market wanted and before they knew it, they weren't number one any more. I call anything like this Novell Syndrome.
1) They still get an out of office reply which likely has an alternate contact person.
2) Don't really need a second point.
2) Don't really need a second point.
In downtown Toronto (city is about 2.5 million, metro around 5.6 million), there are a huge numbers of families and schools. The students there are just as smart as anywhere else in the country. Crime is low. Of that gang crime that is there, it is of the variety imported from the U.S. along with the guns. And most of that is not in the down town.
When you give everyone guns they will find someone to shoot. And if you listen to the NRA, then you know that just isn't true. So your statement can't be true either.
Of the top ten States in terms of strictest gun laws, 7 have the lowest number of gun deaths. Transport of guns across state lines hamper efforts. Most if not all illegal guns in Canada, guns in the hands of criminals, come from America.
Thank goodness you Americans can carry guns so you're safer. We can't carry guns up here and, hey that's funny, I can walk almost anywhere here any time.
Walking is only a 'fad' for suburbanites who don't understand you shouldn't need a car to go to the store. City dwellers are increasingly being found to be fitter than suburbanites because they walk more.
But they are probably built in China anyway. So which one of the security services has a back door into which? Either way that part probably won't change.
I've worked in engineering and computer technology for 25 years. Of course I know what an integrated circuit is. I wanted to see if you knew what a joke was. Sorry you are so literal.
Then there is the converse of a single building reflecting light. A lot of places fail to look at how many buildings work together to form dark urban canyons where light is blocked because of over building or bad planning. And canyons can turn into wind tunnels themselves. Granted this idea as a whole falls partially or mostly on urban planning, but still should be thought of when planning new individual buildings. Downtown Vancouver seems to be seeing some of this lack of meta planning in their Yaletown/West End neighbourhoods with their high rise condo boom. It might even be too late in places.
No why don't you fill me in.
We already know nature can create deadlier viruses. These are a bunch of irresponsible geeks seeing if they can make the most deadly strain for the mental masturbation and bragging rights. They don't need to do this to plan for disaster. And the only way their biology is likely to be of use is if their own strain escapes. Nature will make its own version which they will need to analyze for possible treatments. You don't need to create a potential civilization killer to learn those techniques either. Hubris is the right word for this.
This sounds like a bunch of bullshit by obfuscation. It doesn't matter the expected level of the end user. If they need documentation they need it. There is no excuse for shitty documentation even if this isn't the only project plagued with it. Telling people to comb the Internet for how to use a non-trivial piece of software is the surest way to see it implemented wrong in the largest number of ways. And this applies really, to anything requiring instructions. In this case it is very important to the user that it be done right.
By extension they can do this to all your computing device(s). Better switch to microfilm dots on snail mail. Or look at RFC 2549. Encrypted of course.