>> Reply on 29-11-2006 10:43:11 <<<
> I've looked all over Suse and Novell's
web site for the
> server. Is it still in existence? And does any
one have a link?
not it now www.open-xchange.org
ISTR that this was dropped as a product quite some time ago although
continued as an OSS project. Perhaps it's died?
Note that Novell also stopped providing paid-for hackers for its
project (which they formed about 20 months ago by effectively open
sourcing NetMail). This will also remain as an OSS project and
hopefully some people will take up the development work.
Yes, that's a sad story. SLOX (SuSE Linux OpenXchange) was very
promising. When SuSE got bought by Novell, there were far to many
Messaging services around (netmail, groupwise, slox), so slox had to go
Hula is, let's say, I child under the projects and when I looked at it,
was not very evolved. I don't know how much changed in this time. But
when comparing Hula and OpenXchange with Zimbra  for example, you
probably see why they disappear and don't get that much attention
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