Originally Posted by maxxer
Is it that hard, or do they just not think of it? I ask, because I've been looking at lots of open source software, and by far, the majority of the software makes it hard for the average user to get it installed. No Windows installer, no dmg or pkg for a Mac, etc. Instead, you have to go through 3-4 steps to get it installed. Or say to yourself, "What's a tgz file?"
I just had a wild thought about this dilemma of mine.... I have a Windows computer I'm repairing and will be putting on my home network.
1. I temporarily install ZCS on the Windows machine.
2. Access the Outlook files on the virtual machine, which is on the Mac, and move the files from Outlook to ZCS on the Windows machine.
3. Move the files from ZCS on the Windows machine to ZD on the Mac?
4. Delete ZCS from the Windows machine.
Does that sound like it's doable?