But being the paranoid that I am, I just gotta check my e-mail. Usually I do this via OWA or Outlook Web App. Our company has recently moved to Outlook, leaving Lotus Notes behind. I say rightly so, I used to hate Lotus Notes and over the years, have found myself missing it. Yes, that's how bad things have gotten; I've come to love a horrendous app.
So I answered some fresh e-mails that just came in my OWA inbox while I watched, or rather listened to, Bertrand Serlet's introduction of Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Yeah, that's how much of an Apple fangirl I am, thank you, my equally Apple fanboy of an older cousin, my kuya Jay, will be proud.
And then I came to this point of the keynote where Microsoft Exchange support in Snow Leopard was discussed. I already know this to be a fact but hadn't quite tried it. So I did.
And it works! Good thing that we're using Exchange 2007 at work.
Proof of Concept of MS Exchange working on Snow Leopard:
Setting up my account in Mail was a breeze
Now that meeting last Friday is haunting me indeed...
Contacts in Address Book are loading. or so it seems...
This is one very sexy-looking office work environment, I'd say. Although I don't count on Address Book to be able to load the bajillion contacts our Exchange server has.