I think that Outlook 2000 works as a great email client if you use it in
Using it for Pop3 or IMAP isn't as good, and those features of
calendaring, public folders, are not utilized to their fullest in those
Outlook 2003 takes some getting used to. A good article I found that
explains what additional features and how to get it to operate like
Outlook 2000 are found here:
The built in Junk Email features of Outlook 2003 will probably make your
I've not played around too much with the other parts of Office 2003.
From: MSU Network Administrators Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of Peter J Murray
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 11:23 AM
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Subject: [MSUNAG] office 2000 -> 2003? worthwhile?
At James Madison, we are currently running Office 2000 and while it's ok
for the application side, Outlook 2000 is not a very good email client
(slow, interface horrible). Is it worthwhile to go to 2003 Suite? Any
thoughts? Our client computers all run Windows XP Pro on a W2K server
active directory domain.
James Madison IT