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Re: [vox-tech] Server Email-Calander Solution
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Re: [vox-tech] Server Email-Calander Solution

On Fri, 2004-01-09 at 11:51, Dave Margolis wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Jan 2004, Daniel Hurt wrote:
> > I have looked at a couple solutions:
> >
> > SUSE LINUX Openexchange Server 4.1
> > http://www.suse.com/us/business/products/openexchange/prices.html
> > I do not really have that kind of cash to make life easier, it is not
> > that hard ;-)
> Ouch!  I didn't know it was that much.  A buddy of mine bought this
> product recently.  He works for an an ISP, and the put this product in for
> users who wanted Exchange support.  Supposedly, their users are very happy
> and don't know their not on _real_ Exchange.  That purchase would
> definatley be overkill for 3 machines.
> >
> > Exchange 4 Linux
> > http://www.exchange4linux.com/exchange4linux/Home
> > The documentation that I found was not that great, but this might be the
> > best solution that I have found.
> >
> > M$ Exchange Server
> > I could also install exchange server on the windows machine and the
> > exchange plugin for ximian, but I do  not feel that this is a great
> > solution at all.
> >
> Is this cheaper than the Suse product?  How much does exchange cost?  I'd
> be more afraid of setting the Exchange server up incorrectly/insecurely
> than the Suse product!

Not sure how much it is to use in a business environment, but they have
free version that you can "try", but it runs in a chrooted shell of
debian I believe or they have a complete server solution that you can
try from a modified Knopix CD.

> > I was wondering if anyone out there has any suggestions or comments on
> > this problem.  I am not completely tied down to the outlook/ximian
> > combination, the main thing that I am after is calender and email
> > synchronization.
> >
> This might solve your outlook problem, but I don't know what it offers you
> as far as calendar support in Ximian: http://bynari.net/index.php?id=7
> > Thanks for the help in advance.
> >
> > Dan
> >
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