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Business Contact Management Software, IE in WINE
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dracothered


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PostPosted: Tue 06 Sep 2005, 23:36    Post subject:  Business Contact Management Software, IE in WINE  

I would like to see a contact management software included in Puppy Linux which would help make it more usefull in the bussiness world. Also if someone could work out getting IE browser working in Wine on Puppy that would also be great for those times when it is the only browser that can be used.
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PostPosted: Wed 07 Sep 2005, 02:06    Post subject: Check out  

Please check out the Information Managers group of software in Puppy.
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PostPosted: Wed 07 Sep 2005, 02:56    Post subject: IE Browser  

Hi. If you find people (except M$), that must have IE to visit there site,
send them a mail, tell them something about freedom, open source, linux, w3c standards and say goodby until they are changing there minds!

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PostPosted: Wed 07 Sep 2005, 04:04    Post subject:  

Yes Peter this approach works,

Years ago I would not deal with companies that did not have fax facilities. Now any company not having email facilities is not set up in the way I require.

Take back the web.

If you require IE for business use Corbin, then run Windows - it is after all a great Operating System (the fact that I no longer use it for anything but burning iso's is no reflection on Windows - eh - well yes it is actually . . . )

Puppy is not really designed for everything - though I must admit it is getting ever closer. There is a dotpup arriving soon (hopefully) that will allow windows to run under Puppy - it will be on the wiki news as soon as it arrives.

Hope that will help

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PostPosted: Wed 07 Sep 2005, 10:16    Post subject:  

Lobster wrote:
Yes Peter this approach works,

Years ago I would not deal with companies that did not have fax facilities. Now any company not having email facilities is not set up in the way I require.

Take back the web.

If you require IE for business use Corbin, then run Windows - it is after all a great Operating System (the fact that I no longer use it for anything but burning iso's is no reflection on Windows - eh - well yes it is actually . . . )

Puppy is not really designed for everything - though I must admit it is getting ever closer. There is a dotpup arriving soon (hopefully) that will allow windows to run under Puppy - it will be on the wiki news as soon as it arrives.

Hope that will help

Smile


Is this like the tail wagging the Puppy Razz
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PostPosted: Thu 08 Sep 2005, 23:36    Post subject:  

[quote="Lobster"]Yes Peter this approach works,

Years ago I would not deal with companies that did not have fax facilities. Now any company not having email facilities is not set up in the way I require.

Take back the web.

If you require IE for business use Corbin, then run Windows - it is after all a great Operating System (the fact that I no longer use it for anything but burning iso's is no reflection on Windows - eh - well yes it is actually . . . )

Puppy is not really designed for everything - though I must admit it is getting ever closer. There is a dotpup arriving soon (hopefully) that will allow windows to run under Puppy - it will be on the wiki news as soon as it arrives.

Hope that will help

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Hi Lobster & Peter,

I need IE for one thing and that is getting into the MLS (Multi Listing System). As far as getting Realcomp to change its program just for a few of us Linux user would be like pulling teeth with dental floss. Sad

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PostPosted: Thu 08 Sep 2005, 23:39    Post subject:  

Lobster wrote:
Yes Peter this approach works,

Years ago I would not deal with companies that did not have fax facilities. Now any company not having email facilities is not set up in the way I require.

Take back the web.

If you require IE for business use Corbin, then run Windows - it is after all a great Operating System (the fact that I no longer use it for anything but burning iso's is no reflection on Windows - eh - well yes it is actually . . . )

Puppy is not really designed for everything - though I must admit it is getting ever closer. There is a dotpup arriving soon (hopefully) that will allow windows to run under Puppy - it will be on the wiki news as soon as it arrives.

Hope that will help

Smile


Hi Lobster & Peter,

I need IE for one thing and that is getting into the MLS (Multi Listing System). As far as getting Realcomp to change its program just for a few of us Linux user would be like pulling teeth with dental floss.

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