[Samba] Exchange Replacement (OT)
CharlesM at Media-Brokers.com
Mon Apr 15 12:15:02 GMT 2002
We had major reliability and stability issues with it, but that was about a
year ago - maybe (hopefully) its gotten a lot better by now - but it would
have to be a *lot* better for us to consider it.
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> [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]On Behalf Of Michael Torrie
> Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 2:47 AM
> To: Matthew Walker
> Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Exchange Replacement (OT)
> Pretty much the only game in town is a product from a company called
> bynari. They can be reached at www.bynari.net. I believe
> it's called
> the Insight Connector.
> I am not affiliated with Bynari in any way, and I've never used their
> product (or MS Exchange for that matter). But their program sounds
> compelling. Basically it allows any imap server to become a full
> exchange server. In other words, you can take your normal
> imap2000 mail
> server and drive outlook clients just like exchange would, making Imap
> function as a complete exchange server.
> On Mon, 2002-04-15 at 00:37, Matthew Walker wrote:
> > This is somewhat off topic, but since everyone here is probably
> > interested in the topic, I thought I’d ask.
> > I’m looking for a replacement for Exchange that will run on a Linux
> > box. Preferably, it would support all the features of
> Exchange, but I
> > realize that’s probably not possible. If anyone knows of a
> package like
> > this for Linux, let me know. I’d like to get our network
> away for the
> > Small Business Server that we’re using now. The licences
> are ludicrous.
> > (We just spent $700 for 10 licences. And they’re taking 2
> weeks to get
> > the to us.)
> > Matthew Walker
> > Senior Software Engineer
> > ePliant Marketing
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