[CentOS] Email/GroupWare Suite

Bill Campbell centos at celestial.com
Fri Jan 9 06:29:55 UTC 2009


On Fri, Jan 09, 2009, Bo Lynch wrote:
>On Wed, January 7, 2009 7:19 pm, Craig White wrote:
>> On Wed, 2009-01-07 at 18:54 -0500, Bo Lynch wrote:
...
>> zimbra is pretty much of a closed box in that they have already decided
>> what / how / where you will run stuff and no, you can't run anything
>> other than the way they have decided it unless you decide to put a box
>> in front of the zimbra server to receive mail first before you pass it
>> to the zimbra box.
>>
>> zimbra is also not a lightweight system by any means.
>>
>> There are a lot of schools running Horde/IMP/etc.
>>
>> Craig
>>
>
>I have been looking at both and the thing that concerns me with zimbra is
>the closed box scenario and the EULA. I was assuming that its was license
>was going to be GPL. But its YPL Yahoo. Does anyone think this is
>something to be concerned with in the future? Meaning down the road zimbra
>closes its open source edition?
>
>What does Horde really lack from zimbra?

Easy conversion from existing Exchange servers.

This is not something I personally care or know much about as I
have never voluntarily used any Microsoft Windows systems or
software, but there are many who do.

We have migrated such customers from Exchange to Zimbra, and use
Samba as well with good results.  Most of these systems run
Zimbra in a VMware Server CentOS virtual machine on a CentOS host.
The VM runs only Zimbra, while everything else of interest runs
on the host machine.

Bill
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