[ale] Migrating from Exchange
ale at codex.org
Mon Feb 9 09:59:00 EST 2004
If only it were that simple. When I posted the first question I forgot
to mention a couple of key items.
1. Access to shared and local addressbooks is prefered.
2. They want to continue to be able to use antivirus on the mail server.
3. They are cheap, so the less costly the better.
4. Needs to be mostly transparent to the end user.
I have looked at a couple of the programs/products that others on this
list have recommended. So far however, it seems that everyone wants you
to lay out at least 3 grand for a complete solution. If worse comes to
worse I will opt for the second option that we are looking at using.
Mail server running - postfix or sendmail as an MTA.
IMAP over ssl for accessing mail.
Horde web interface for checking mail remotely.
Still do not know how I would handle a shared address book ( ie to hold
employee email addresses ) but this would be a step in the direction we
want to take.
Sorry about not giving this information in the original message.
Bob Toxen wrote:
>On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 07:58:15PM -0500, Geoffrey wrote:
>>Eric VanWieren wrote:
>>>At work we are looking at getting off of Microsoft Exchange server. We
>>>are trying to come up with other options to exchange and I was wondering
>>>if anyone has had any experience with this in the past. So if anyone has
>>>any ideas or comments on this migration.
>>Check out SuSE's Openexchange server. I've not used it, just read about it.
>I've heard good things about it too. It's not free but its supposed to be
>cheaper and better than Microsoft Exchange.
>>Until later, Geoffrey Registered Linux User #108567
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