[ale] Mail/Calendering alternatives

David Corbin dcorbin at machturtle.com
Mon Feb 16 20:36:30 EST 2004

On Monday 16 February 2004 16:49, Michael D. Hirsch wrote:
> On Friday 13 February 2004 12:52 pm, David Corbin wrote:
> > What OpenSource systems can ALE users recommend as an Exchange
> > replacement?  Specifically, Calendaring (mail is kind of no brainer, and
> > those are the two main areas of interest).  The replacement must work
> > well with both Linux and Windows clients, and not require a browser,
> > though browser access is a good thing.  It also must be mature enough
> > that it is easy to install and maintain.
> I'd be interested in what you find.  I've been kinda chansing this for a
> while without a lot of luck.
> There are some that are not open source.  Samsung contact is probably the
> most mature of these.
> Here are the ones I know of
> http://opengroupware.org/en/index.html --  I don't know how ready this is.
> http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/  -- Not sure if this is going to
> be web based, but I know it is not ready.
> http://www.suse.com/us/business/products/openexchange/index.html -- They'll
> sell this today, so I guess it is ready.  Much of it is open sourced--I'm
> not sure how much of it is not.  In any case, it is pricey.

There's also "Kolab", at kolab.org, but that's the only "other" one I know of 
so far.

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