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About mailmannz

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  1. PST files on PC's and Mac's

    I dont think its as obvious as you believe it is. If its so obvious to you, please help me to understand why??? Ta Mailman
  2. PST files on PC's and Mac's

    I ask because Im currently involved in an arguement over who's fault it is that PC PST files cannot be read by Entourage on a Mac. My standpoint is that since Apple controls the OS, this is an issue with Microsoft since they control the application. The other guy is going on about this being an Apple issue because Apple wont allow PST files to be read on a Mac as PST files, according to him, are illegal in the Apple world. Regards Mailman
  3. Hi there, Just after some info...does anyone know or have an opinion on why you cant just take a PST file created on a PC and import it in to Entourage on a Mac or why Apple doesnt allow you to import a PC PST file in to Mail? In essence, what Im really after is, who's fault is it? Is this something created by Apple and its OS or is this an Application created issue by Microsoft? Also, does anyone know if Office2008 on the Mac will address this issue and allow you to open a PC created PST file? Regards Mailman