[CentOS] Re: Mail Server Install

Tronn Wærdahl tronnw at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 12:52:21 UTC 2007


On Nov 29, 2007 12:18 PM, Jun Salen <nokijun at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Have a look at http://zimbra.com. It has an open-source version with
> unlimited users. I've tried both it and scalix and much prefer zimbra.
>
> Cheers.
>
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> [Fred Kienker]
>
> Scalix has announced starting with Version 11.3, to be released mid
> December 2007, the number of premium users available in the Community
> Edition will be reduced from 25 to 10. The number of standard users will
> remain unlimited for now. There is new commercial licenses available
> starting at 20 users to fill in the gap. You can continue to use Ver.
> 11.2 which will remain at 25 premium users forever, but there are
> several serious issues in this version which will not be addressed
> except by updating to 11.3.
>
> In our experience the most current version of the Community Edition
> tends to be beta test software - YMMV. Using any version of the
> Community Edition in a commercial or educational environment would not
> be a good idea without a paid for support contract from Scalix.
>
> -----------------------------Hi Fred and others,
>
> Thanks for enlightening  me. I will check zimbra or kolab as other also
> had suggested. If there are others still who will may share ideas, please do
> so.
>
> Thanks,
>
> junji
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Why don't you try Open-xchange, I put together a CD based on CentOS that
includes Open-xchange and much more. It's easy to install.
You find more information at http://www.nnortux.no under the english section


Tronn
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