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New Drop-in replacements for Exchange Server . . .
. . reviewed over at [link|http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/02/11/07FEexchange_1.html?s=feature|InfoWorld]. Their primary requirement was the client's not be changed. Of course none of the systems is free, but they're all less than Exchange.
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New Interesting omission.
Groupwise.


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New Novell's new entry: Hula
[link|http://news.com.com/Novell+tunes+in+open-source+server+software/2100-7346_3-5577193.html?tag=nl|http://news.com.com/...77193.html?tag=nl]

Novell on Tuesday launched a new open-source software project called Hula for servers handling e-mail, calendars and contact lists.

Hula is based on 200,000 lines of software from Novell's NetMail project, Chief Executive Jack Messman said during a keynote address at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo here.
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-scott anderson

"Welcome to Rivendell, Mr. Anderson..."
New Here's the key point from that
Finally, open source\ufffds biggest problem in many enterprises isn\ufffdt technical at all; it\ufffds business-oriented: Many companies will be leery about building a critical resource such as e-mail on a platform with no support-contract safety net. Things will work fine as long as your Linux administrator is happy, but should he or she quit, the company will be left without an immediate recourse.
IOW make sure your employees all know they're replaceable. It's better to be at the mercy of Microsoft, than the guy you just screwed out of his weekend with your poor planning.
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Expand Edited by drewk Feb. 16, 2005, 11:52:11 PM EST
Expand Edited by drewk Feb. 17, 2005, 12:01:07 AM EST
     Why does Windows still SUCK? - (folkert) - (28)
         It's the apps, stupid. - (pwhysall) - (27)
             Who's talking about free? - (admin) - (1)
                 Because it's inadequate. - (pwhysall)
             group calendering sux in office as well - (daemon) - (13)
                 Rubbish, Box. - (pwhysall) - (12)
                     nice try but not the case, $MS themselves cant figger it out -NT - (daemon)
                     Too little info to make a judgement - (broomberg)
                     Not where I work - (bluke) - (9)
                         Shrug - (pwhysall) - (8)
                             I hear a business opportunity calling you. :-) -NT - (Another Scott) - (6)
                                 Never, ever again :-) - (pwhysall) - (5)
                                     That really says it all - (broomberg) - (4)
                                         Re: That really says it all - (pwhysall) - (3)
                                             Fragile - (broomberg) - (2)
                                                 We're talking past each other here. - (pwhysall) - (1)
                                                     Oy you! - (daemon)
                             Peter, that's BS and you should know it - (ben_tilly)
             When was the last time you really saw... - (folkert) - (5)
                 He wasn't talking about the Groupwise *back*-end... -NT - (admin) - (1)
                     Is that your subtle way of saying... - (ben_tilly)
                 A real installation of Groupwise? - (ubernostrum) - (2)
                     What version? - (folkert) - (1)
                         GroupWise Version 6.5.1 - (ubernostrum)
             Drop-in replacements for Exchange Server . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (4)
                 Interesting omission. - (pwhysall) - (1)
                     Yes, that is. -NT - (folkert)
                 Novell's new entry: Hula - (admin)
                 Here's the key point from that - (drewk)

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