Linked by Alex Chejlyk on Mon 18th Jul 2005 17:09 UTC
Internet & Networking Microsoft dropped support for Exchange 5.5 on December 31st, 2004. Exchange 5.5 users can upgrade to Exchange Server 2003, continue to run 5.5 with all accompanied security risks, or switch over to another mail/groupware system.In this article I propose a fourth option that is really options two (run Exchange) and three (run another mail system) combined.
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wow I cant believe this...

i like real discussions baised on real solutions...
I have not even got round to reading the article yet.. but there is one thing that the VMWARE machine which in the future will be very very useful...

instant backup of the machine while its running... clone the machine as many times as you want during the day...

Id like to say samsung contact was good but I did research it (about two years ago) spoke to them at linuxexpo in london... got the software on free cd etc..
I cant for the life of me think why but there was some features that were missing... that as in V7 dont know how much this has been changed since..


"But, I can hire an MCSE or MCSA for buttons, any day of the week, stick him on site and have him maintain them"

this is an advantage..
but then again... theres also the downside that you could of upgraded to 2000 and then to 2003...

and if your paying per licence your shelling out a fortune to MS...

yes ur staffing costs are low but your liecencing cost are (or should be) shy high....

every inbox needs a cal, every OWA user needs another cal.. conection needs a cal every admin needs a cal...

now can you see where your losing money....

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