[linux-elitists] Groupware servers

Jim Richardson warlock@eskimo.com
Tue Jan 27 18:28:59 PST 2004


On Tue, Jan 27, 2004 at 05:12:52PM -0600, Joakim Ziegler wrote:
>A friend of mine has a problem, at his office, they're slowly migrating
>from Windows to GNU/Linux on the desktops. He needs a groupware server
>that does shared calendars and mail, and that works with Outlook. The
>people who are still using outlook need that to work seamlessly until
>they're migrated, which won't happen in the very short term.
>
>He looked at SuSE's OpenExchange Server, but that installs a plugin for
>Outlook, and works like POP, in that it moves mail to the local folders
>instead of accessing them over the network. This is unacceptable for
>him, so he's looking for something better.
>
>So, are there free or reasonably priced proprietary MAPI servers that
>preferably also do IMAP and iCal/WebCal for non-Outlook clients, and
>that runs on Linux? Googling turns up very little.


have you looked at Bynari's stuff? 

<http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/reports/4099/1/>


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Jim Richardson     http://www.eskimo.com/~warlock
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