Re: [SLE] Replacing MS Exchange with a SuSE solution?
From: Hartmut Meyer (hartmut.meyer_at_web.de)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 21:29:22 +0100
Am Montag, 2. Februar 2004 20:02 schrieb Michael A Coan:
> On Monday 02 February 2004 13:21, dreadnought wrote:
> > We are very close to going with Microsoft Exchange, but I would like to
> > know what my options are on the Linux (and in particular, SuSE) side?
> > Are there good open-source and/or commercial options that have great
> > security and collaboration features? Someone at our company heard some
> > guy talking about how he has an email, task, and calendaring solution
> > running on Debian, but he didn't get details.
> > I'm also curious .. how do these options compare to MS Exchange in terms
> > of administration? We already paid for a copy of Exchange, but if anoter
> > solution is easier to administer and more secure, we'll go with it.
> At Linux World I attended a presentation on SuSE's Open Exchange Server.
> it is a commercial product from SuSE that does everything Exchange Server
> does and supports outlook clients. I have not used it, but our office is
> considering it. There is info on SuSE's web site under business products.
There is also a mailing list called suse-slox-e about this product:
So if you want to know what users of the Openexchange Server are thinking
about it ...
Greetings from Bremen
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