The last post provided some ideas which I will reply to shortly.
Some people asked when can they let loose on what they do not like about Outlook.
Now before you do that, something I did not get across in the previous post, try to break it down by what a daily user, an executive or an IT/tech person would say or do.
The reason is because depending on who you are talking to there will be different discussions and so the issue of technical items for example is useless when talking to executives, aside from maybe a CIO/CTO.
Funny thing is when I ask business people they do not want to say anything, but their underlings have a laundry list.