[CentOS] Email/GroupWare Suite

Rainer Duffner rainer at ultra-secure.de
Fri Jan 9 15:07:32 UTC 2009


Bo Lynch schrieb:
> On Fri, January 9, 2009 6:23 am, Kevin Thorpe wrote:
>   
>> Bo Lynch wrote:
>>     
>>> Just wanted to get some thoughts from the list.....
>>>
>>> We are a public k-12 school and are looking to migrate to a groupware
>>> style system for out staff to collaborate better. Currently we are using
>>> Squirrelmail/postfix for email. Does anyone have any
>>> recommendations/opinions. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
>>> Thank you
>>>       
>> I would stick in a suggestion to look at Scalix. Not free at 300 users,
>> but it does run nicely on CentOS.
>> Integrates well with Outlook and has a very nice webmail front end.
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> We really do not use an email client here. We try to keep everything web
> based  as much as possible. So interfacing with a email client such as
> outlook really isn't that important to me. The web interface is what I'm
> interested in.
> Bo
>
>   


Hm. Zimbra does _that_ very well IMO. Supports IE+FF+Safari, at least
for the webmail-stuff.

I'm not sure if the Open-Source version actually supports the
Outlook-stuff (we use the commercial version and I don't use Outlook
anyway...).

I'd give Zimbra a try. It's relatively easy to setup, at least for a
demo-case where you are not interested in customizing all the logos.




Rainer




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