[CentOS] An 'orrible question: Outlook 365 under wine on CentOS?

Wed Sep 28 19:32:20 UTC 2016
m.roth at 5-cent.us <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

Valeri Galtsev wrote:
> On Wed, September 28, 2016 10:05 am, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>> On 09/23/2016 02:50 PM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
>>> Either CentOS 6 or 7 - anyone know if it's possible?
>>> Upper Management has decided on a policy that IMAP is going to go away
in the near future, and they want everyone on Lookout, sorry, Outlook
>> Office 365 (including outlook) has a web client for Mail and Calendar.
> Yes, I guess the OP got many of us confused as to what the high brass
decision in his company is:
> 1. Is it IMAP server (and whatever calendar server) is (are) to be
replaced by MS Exchange server,
> or
> 2. Clients have to use MS Outlook (is there requirement to have
integrated server side calendar part so users can send embedded event
invitations from the Outlook mail/calendar/(whatever else) clients?)
> 1. is clear, UNIX servers are to go, and MS certified sysadmin will be
hired soon to run exchange server.

You're overthinking it, Valeri. This US gov't agency (which I work for as
a contractor), has (after much work in other directions, has apparently
thrown them out, who knows, they may change their (alleged) minds again),
and trust me, all of the *Nix servers here, that are doing *serious*
scientific research, are not going away. The mail system has been Exchange
all along, but with deciding to go to Oriface 365, they have determined a
policy that with that migration, they are going to *not* *run* IMAP (they
could if they wanted to). Without IMAP, I'm going to have to either
  a) bring in the laptop that runs WinDoze (that sits at home for
       and is theirs, and run that to read my freakin' email (and I
suppose I'll
       need synergy for when I have to copy and paste)l
  b) run the damn webmail client, which would impact my productivity by
       given that I normally deal with over 200 emails per day (2/3rds log
       from out loghost, or logcheck). Webmail will make it take probably
       as long to deal with, or
  c) find a way to install and run Lookout, er, Outlook 365 under wine, or

Now, not that I haven't been annoyed at t-bird for several years now, but
webmail or outlook would be miserable... and I don't remember if webmail
lets me search, etc.

Does this make more sense? And, as I said, I really like, and am proud, of
working where I do (this *is* civilian sector), and like most of the folks
I'm working with, a number of whom I count as friends, and, well, I only
need low-power binoculars, not a large reflecting telescope to see
retirement headed my way, so I do *not* want to jobhunt.