Exchange replacement, again...
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Sat Dec 13 14:33:06 UTC 2003
It doesn't do mail, but all of the groupware functionality. It even has
an Outlook plugin (not GPL'ed though).
On Sat, 2003-12-13 at 01:04, Madison Kelly wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know this was talked about recently but for the life of me I
> couldn't find the old thread(s) anywhere... Forgive me for asking again.
> Can anyone recommend a method, how-to or general pointer to an
> application or collection of applications that would allow for providing
> similar services that Exchange does except on Linux? Obviously
> compatibility with MS Outlook would be nice however that is not a
> requirement is there is a windows client (Mozilla?) that can access
> these services. In fact, I would prefer the later option over trying to
> stay inter operable with MS.
> Essentially I need personal e-mail, private and shared contacts,
> shared scheduling and itineraries and so forth. I would like this to tie
> into Linux-based network user authentication. So far, I am thinking I
> will be using PAM for authentication, Samba (via PAM) for windows access
> and print serving (over CUPS) with an OpenLDAP database to store actual
> user data (authentication), e-mails, contact lists and so forth.
> Am I on the right track? Is there a canned or partially canned
> application already available? I am trying to stay as completely within
> the GPL as possible so I would like to avoid proprietary solutions (such
> as what Suse offers).
> Many thanks all!
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