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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

GNOME's Evolution. You might want to look at the documentation. Exchange support is likely not to be on-par with Outlook, but it may do what you need.
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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

I'm currently using Thunderbird with this plugin: https://github.com/ExchangeCalendar/exchangecalendar It's not perfect, but it's the best solution I've found so far after trying other options such ...
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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

Outlook Web App Outlook Web App requires an Office 365 account on a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. You might have Outlook Web App 2010, which is why the web app looks ugly for you. (source: ...
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What Linux command-line (or scriptable) email clients support MAPI/HTTP?

I'm surprised your sysadmins have referred you to MAPI as this old protocol (and OWA) has been replaced by EWS as the preferred protocol for microsoft servers. Both of these protocols are hard to use ...
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(web)tools / plugin for Outlook for checking specific words and organize them

The majority of what you are looking for are in Outlook itself, just harder to find in the online version. If you log in and then either select the gear on the top right: Then select "Options" then ...
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Microsoft Exchange delegating access to calendar but not mailbox

While I was typing and continued my investigation I have found what I need I suppose. I am going to try the following: https://www.itsmdaily.com/how-to-set-exchange-calendar-permissions-from-the-...
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Open-source gratis MS-Exchange e-mail replacement

I don't think you understand how some of the packages you investigated work... postfix is pure SMTP. When it receives messages, it passes off to a mail delivery agent like dovecot. A MDA is pure ...
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Open source IT ticket system that works well with AD for authentication

It always seems funny when people ask specifically for Open Source software that plays nicely with a specific proprietary system, in this case AD - Microsoft Active Directory. I would suggest that ...
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Connect to Exchange server email from thunderbird (alternative to exquilla)

Besides Thunderbird + Lightning, there's Evolution with the evolution-mapi or evolution-ews extension. This supports at least Exchange 200, 2003, 2007, and probably also 2010. There are also plenty ...
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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

For a solution that works in 2022, you can install Thunderbird with the following add-ons: TbSync Exchange provider for TbSync That will allow Thunderbird's calendar to sync with Exchange. Both of ...
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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

Outlook 2010 on Wine Outlook 2010 (32-bit) has a silver rating on Wine under Ubuntu 14.04. Things that work according to the AppDB: Tasks, calendar, and contacts Exchange server connection Logging in ...
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Calendar application for Linux that plays well with Outlook and Exchange and works offline

(Broke this into three options for people.) Option 1: DavMail First, some background: DavMail's basically a server, written in Java, running on your local box or somewhere else. It used Outlook ...
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