MS Exchange

Frank Reppin frank.reppin at boerde.de
Thu Oct 2 18:41:06 PDT 2003


Hi,

John Capo wrote:

> Quoting Brandon Gale (brandon at globaldiagnostics.com):
> 
>>Does anyone know of a port or piece of software that emulates a MS Exchange
>>server and interfaces with MS Outlook clients?  I'm trying to provide an
>>alternative to a potential client using Win2k simply for the only reason
>>that they require the functionality of an MS Exchange server.
>>

well - opengroupware.org doesn't try to emulate MS Exchange.
In fact we try to reproduce the functionality you're familiar
with whilst using MS Exchange (by utilizing ZideStore Server/ZideLook 
Plugin for Windows/and OpenGroupware.org itself ofcourse).

Thus you are welcome to test it and report your expierence to us!

> It pretty Linux centric but there are a few people that have managed
> to compile it on BSD boxen:
> 
>     http://opengroupware.org/

Well - atm there's only a non-official port available (using older rpms).

http://www.opengroupware.org/cvsweb/cvsweb.cgi/linux-opengroupware.org/

which is the same as:

http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=54860

and awaits approval.... so please commit! :p
And I'll then add our latest `Outlook for OGo` feature into a ported
version :)

best regards,

frank

> John Capo
> IRBS Engineering, Inc.
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