Exchange Server replacement?
mike at chook.demon.co.uk
Fri Jan 5 13:07:38 GMT 2001
I thought the trend for 2001 was supposed to be that SMEs would be moving to
ASPs for Exchange and similar services? I know it's not exchange, but
www.palm.net will sychronise calendars, etc. with Outlook as well as Palm.
For an ASP providing Exchange try www.applications2go.com.
OK, I can see I'm going to be called a traitor for not suggesting an Open
Source ASP. Well are there any? Pehaps it's something we should build. An
opportunity for folks to try out FreeBSD applications over a Web interface
to save the trouble of installing FreeBSD just to see what it can do. For a
X11 to Java/Web translator try Tarantella - www.sco.com.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon Clayton" <Simon at reftech.co.uk>
To: <freebsd-users at freebsd-uk.eu.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2001 8:26 AM
Subject: Exchange Server replacement?
> I have a customer who uses Outlook lots. They
> haven't got an Exchange Server and so cannot
> share their contacts and diaries.
> They have asked us to find out how much it
> would cost to install Exchange Server on their
> existing NT platform.
> So, the question is - is there any software
> that will run on FreeBSD that will allow users
> to share Outlook diaries/contacts without having
> an Exchange Server?
> Thanks in advance for any help
> Simon Clayton
> Reference Technology Ltd
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