[CentOS] Which is better? Microsoft Exchange 2016 or Linux-based SMTP Servers?

Wed Jul 18 18:27:45 UTC 2018
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

On 07/18/2018 12:33 PM, Valeri Galtsev wrote:
> On 07/18/18 12:24, Andrew Holway wrote:
>>>> Still a lot better than trying to run your own hodge-podge of
>>>> nightmares
>>>> on Linux.
>>> Beg pardon? Did I make a mistake on the email address? I thought this
>>> went
>>> to the CentOS general discussion list.
>> I specifically meant setting up and running email services on linux is
>> not
>> for the feint of heart and delivers little real value considering the
>> plethora of free and commercial email services available.
> Andrew, you should understand that you are talking to experts in Linux
> here. And even I (and I'm not considering myself an expert in Linux)
> have no trouble to set up mail server on Linux (with all blows and
> whistles like spam/virus filtering, etc).
> So, Mark meant to say your posts are offensive to Experts on this list.
> Please, take a note of it.

So, I don't think anyone can call me a 'non linux' guy :)

But are you guys really telling you think the calendaring / scheduling
for individual users and the main corporate account, etc. .. are working
well enough with any Linux solution.

I have researched this very recently and I have not found a solution
that works even reasonably well.

Red Hat has even shifted their calendars to Google .. does anyone think
if an enterprise calendar that really worked was out there they would
not be using it?

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