I picked up an Acer1 on Friday. Got home late that night and tried to IMAP email to an exchange server. Could not get it to connect. I could telnet to the exchange server's IMAP port but IMAP would not get past the username/password. The installed Linux is really the bare minimum. \n\nI made a ubuntu boot/install USB stick and installed the latest 8.4.1 on the ssd. I like this much better. I did the speed-ups and find the machine is not bad. The installed size is about 2.5 gigs which leaves lots for future growth.\n\nProblem: The screens for evolution are too tall to allow me to enter information. They are off the bottom of the screen. Instead I used Thunderbird mail and it seems to work aok. \n\nAre you guys using something other than the Aspire One Mail?\n\nI tried to install Fedora KDE but it has a kernel fault and never seems to get going. The new KDE has a sexy desktop/launchpad so I was considering giving it a try.\n\nHas anyone managed to load a O/S onto a 8gig class6 SD card? If so, which slot... left or right?\n\nI tried a few applications. I was surprised at the number of apps that require taller than 600 to work properly. Part of the process of making Linux ready for these small machines will be reformatting the applications for small (but wide) screen sizes.