[CentOS] Email/GroupWare Suite

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Jan 7 21:06:04 UTC 2009

on 1-7-2009 12:15 PM Bo Lynch spake the following:
> On Wed, January 7, 2009 3:23 pm, Ed Westphal 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
>>> --
>>> Bo Lynch
>>> Systems Administrator
>>> RedHat Academy Instructor
>>> Energy Manager
>>> Amelia County Public Schools
>> I may start a war here, but I'm going to recommend Lotus Notes / Domino
>> as the collaborative software for you. I've had quite a bit of
>> experience with it in a large multi-national company. It can definitely
>> handle all that you may want to throw at it. It does have some draw
>> backs - what doesn't? IBM / Lotus can give your people a great deal of
>> support while they get their legs underneath them. I'm not going to
>> swear to it, but I think they can extend some pretty good terms to
>> public schools. There are all kinds of specialized add-ons as well.
>> Development tools are pretty robust as well.
>> Ed Westphal
>> _______________________________________________
> Has anyone used PHPGroupware?
> I've been looking at some comparisons with this and it looks like it has
> alot of features.
> Bo Lynch
I think PHPgroupware is sort of stale, and EGroupware is a fork that just made
a release in November or December.

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