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[News] [News] Open Source Exchange Surrogate Targets Small Businesses

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Network Solutions & Open-Xchange to offer Hosted SMB E-mail and Groupware

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| Network Solutions, best known for being the grand-daddy of domain name 
| companies is partnering up with German open-source e-mail and groupware 
| company Open-Xchange to offer a hosted email and groupware SaaS (Software as 
| a Service) offering for SMBs (small-to-medium sized businesses). The target? 
| Customers who want a more affordable solution than Microsoft Exchange.    


Open-Xchange to Deliver Collaboration Solution Integrated With Parallels

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| Open-Xchange and Parallels are integrating Open-Xchange open source email and 
| collaboration software with Parallels technology to deliver a cost-effective,  
| enterprise-class alternative to commercial email and collaboration products 
| at a competitive price. The products, which will be fully integrated with 
| Parallels Automation solutions, will be offered to end-users via hosting and 
| service providers.    


They seem to have run away from the Microsoft-infected Novell.


Open-Xchange launches migration tool for Domino data

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| Open-Xchange and Pavone have developed a tool, Domino20X, to make it easier 
| for administrators to convert from IBM's Lotus/Domino to the open source 
| Open-Xchange groupware server. The tool, which has been developed as part of 
| a technical collaboration between the two companies, extracts user data, 
| e-mails, contacts, calendar entries and tasks from Domino servers (from 
| version 7) and feeds it into Open-Xchange Server 5.     


Review: Open-Xchange

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| Looking for a Microsoft Exchange replacement, or a first groupware
| application for your organization? Check out Open-Xchange. I took it for
| a test drive and found it to be a solid product that works well with
| open source groupware clients, though its Web interface is a bit
| clunky.


Open-Xchange (Partially) Embraces GPL  

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| On the GPL side, Open-Xchange's choice of license stands in
| contrast to that of its competitor Zimbra, which offers its
| namesake collaboration suite under a modified Mozilla Public
| License, plus attribution.


Open-Xchange Launches Collaboration Software Appliance

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| The Open-Xchange Express Edition is delivered as a software appliance based 
| on a version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, although it is designed so 
| that the user never needs to interact with the operating system.  


Open-Xchange goes Express, sheds its Suse roots

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| Second, and extremely interesting to me, Express Edition runs on Ubuntu. Why 
| does this matter? Well, for one thing it shows Ubuntu's stablity and 
| performance. But on an even more interesting note, take a look at 
| Open-Xchange's management team, and in particular its CTO, Jürgen Geck. You 
| might remember that he was the CTO at Suse....Or check out Open-Xchange's 
| co-founder and EVP of engineering, Martin Kauss. Yep, he was a Suse guy 
| before, too. The list goes on....      

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