[plug] Groupware on Linux: state of play
fjanon at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 7 15:27:28 WST 2009
I would check carefully the Zimbra licensing. I don't think it is free.
"Network Edition Downloads
downloads are full versions of ZCS Network Edition. A license is
required to fully activate the product. Existing customers who need a
license key can visit the Support Portal. Free trial licenses are also available for evaluations. Your license will work with any version of ZCS Network Edition below."
--- On Sat, 3/7/09, Tim Bowden <tim.bowden at westnet.com.au> wrote:
From: Tim Bowden <tim.bowden at westnet.com.au>
Subject: Re: [plug] Groupware on Linux: state of play
To: plug at plug.org.au
Date: Saturday, March 7, 2009, 1:00 PM
Thanks all. Interesting run down. I'm looking for a Free solution, so
I think I'll give Zimbra a run first. Main groupware features I'm
are calendars and email. Not sure what else would add much value for a
On Fri, 2009-03-06 at 16:12 +0900, Evert van Dijk wrote:
> I have had a reasonably good experience with Zimbra - they have two levels
of play; Community edition (Read as Free) and the The Zimbra Collaboration Suite
> I use the Community edition and it has served me well for mail and
calendar, notes and the shared briefcase. The webmail also works very well and
uses ajax (The same thing that gmail uses on their webmail). the ZCS allows you
to have users see your own template and interface to make it look like your own
project. I don't know the costs.
> The admin side is webbased and I found it intuitive once it was set up. It
handles multiple domains if required.
> Good Luck
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tim Bowden" <tim.bowden at westnet.com.au>
> To: plug at plug.org.au
> Sent: Friday, 6 March, 2009 3:23:28 PM GMT +08:00 Beijing / Chongqing /
Hong Kong / Urumqi
> Subject: Re: [plug] Groupware on Linux: state of play
> On Fri, 2009-03-06 at 14:43 +0900, Tim Bowden wrote:
> > As far as features are concerned, I'm looking for compatibility
> > outlook for mail and calendering features. All else is candy really
> > that's what end users mostly know about.
> Sorry, not true. Also looking for webmail (though I guess that could be
> separate if need be) and a decent intuitive web admin for an
> user to add mail accounts and other basic admin tasks.
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