I'm not sure if the problem is mine or the NT server's. I've been attempting to connect to Exchange using Evolution. Both with the e-mail and the filesharing/printing, it can't seem to find the NT server. The name of the machine should be \\PULMONARY. Maybe I have the NSDomain name wrong? I scanned the local network and found a bunch of machines at the medical center I could connect to, but not our server. Maybe the server is improperly configured to allow smb access? I know there are shared files, and with Windows I could connect to them by selecting Map Network Drive from the Tools drop-down in My Computer. Is there a linux equivalent to Map Network Drive? Our IT guy is reluctant to help me, because he is completely opposed to all things *NIX (imo, fear of the unknown fuels his ignorance and intractability). I don't feel comfortable fiddling around with the NT server since I know so little about NT and the department relies on its proper functioning.
Can any of you more networking-savvy folk suggest any possible solutions? If I can't get this stuff to work, I'm going to have to reinstall Windows, something I'm loathe to do.