Linked by David Adams on Thu 28th Aug 2008 17:51 UTC, submitted by stonyandcher
Features, Office Everyone knows that Microsoft Exchange is expensive - but ubiquitous " and plenty of open source projects and vendors have been trying a variety of technical approaches to replace it. While none is yet a drop-in replacement, a PC World article looks at ways that some administrators can get a cost advantage by switching.
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RE: Groupwise
by DrillSgt on Thu 28th Aug 2008 20:34 UTC in reply to "Groupwise"
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"It's a good front end client that work with Windows and Suse Linux (that's a con)." is working with Windows and Linux a con? Cross platform is a good thing, so this statement confused me.

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RE[2]: Groupwise
by asupcb on Thu 28th Aug 2008 20:51 in reply to "RE: Groupwise"
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I think he was implying Suse Linux is bad due to the "evil" Novell and their agreement with Microsoft.

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RE[3]: Groupwise
by Ventajou on Thu 28th Aug 2008 20:57 in reply to "RE[2]: Groupwise"
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But groupwise is a Novell product so that still doesn't make sense...

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RE[2]: Groupwise
by systyrant on Fri 29th Aug 2008 16:15 in reply to "RE: Groupwise"
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The con is that it only works with Suse Linux. They don't provide or support Groupwise (backend or client) for any other Linux distro.

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