brandon at globaldiagnostics.com
Wed Oct 1 10:58:06 PDT 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremy Messenger [mailto:mezz7 at cox.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 1:10 PM
> To: Brandon Gale
> Cc: Philip Paeps; ports at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: MS Exchange
> On Wed, 1 Oct 2003 13:04:05 -0400, Brandon Gale
> <brandon at globaldiagnostics.com> wrote:
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Philip Paeps [mailto:philip+freebsd at paeps.cx]
> >> Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 2:37 AM
> >> To: ports at freebsd.org
> >> Cc: Brandon Gale
> >> Subject: Re: MS Exchange
> >> On 2003-09-29 22:54:31 (-0400), Brandon Gale
> >> <brandon at globaldiagnostics.com> wrote:
> >> > Does anyone know of a port or piece of software that emulates a
> >> MS Exchange
> >> > server and interfaces with MS Outlook clients?
> >> The only thing I can think of is SuSE's 'OpenExchange'. I've
> >> never used it
> >> myself (I prefer just plain IMAP and LDAP, and particularly doing
> >> away with
> >> lookout and that so-called 'operating system' on which is it said
> >> to 'run'),
> >> but it comes highly recommended by a friend of mine. That could
> >> mean I should
> >> find other friends though :-)
> > Do you have a link to the homepage for OpenExchange?
> Google is your friend.. ;-)
Yeah, I just wasn't quite sure if I was looking at the right page since OpenExchange sounds free, but what I was looking at cost $$ :)
> Anyway, you also can try to check at http://atmail.com/ , I
> haven't use it
> but I saw demo and it looks nice...
Yes, the interface is certainly very well done. I don't think it quite is up to par in the global calendar section. I'm currently investigating phpGroupWare in more detail.
Thanks everyone for the responses.
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