Right over here. :)
The parts have started to come in for my new computer. buy.com appears to be grossly irrational in their shipping practices -- they sent all three things that I bought from them in three separate boxes that are arriving over a series of days. I got my 40GB IBM 7200rpm Ultra ATA/100 from Dirt Cheap Drives first -- it was very well packaged. I haven't actually used it yet, but I'm impressed with the company, anyhow. Tomorrow I'll download Debian and the new Mandrake to put on that system when I've got all the parts later in the week.
I downloaded Bynari's InsightConnector earlier in the week, onto my Win2k machine at the office. I'm doing my best to take us away from Windows, and this seems like a good step. The problem is that Bynari's product descriptions are so confusing, particularly to somebody (ie: me) who doesn't grok Outlook, Exchange, etc. The install of InsightConnector was smooth, but then I was left with an ostensibly full-featured Outlook without any knowledge of what to do with it. There was no uninstall option, so I futzed with it for a bit and was left with a copy of Outlook entire devoid of data. Oh, well. Now I have to figure out what Outlook does with the benefit of an Exchange server vs. without one so that I know what the heck to do with InsightConnector.