I've found that a lot of IT professionals know nothing at all about the Macintosh. Is this one of those cases? My school has just connected all the classrooms to their network. In my classroom I have 2 233 G3's (10.2.8) and my iBook. Yesterday was the first day we realized we are connected so I spent a lot of time fiddling around. On my iBook and both G3s I accessed the web, pop email, our school's Exchange email, ftp, and Finder found every other machine on the network. Sounds very successful, doesn't it? Today the guy in charge of the network came to see me and said my Macs aren't compatible with the network. I told him they're on the network now. He said I wouldn't be able to access email. I told him I'd done it. He said there were "other things" I wouldn't be able to do on a Mac. I can't imagine what he could be talking about. Then again, I've never been on a network like this before. What could he be talking about? Or is he, as I suspect, full of crap?