The Real Free and Open Source Exchange Replacement

Posted by inverse on Oct 21, 2010 2:14 PM EST
sogo.nu; By Ludovic Marcotte
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Recently, the SOGo (http://www.sogo.nu) developers at Inverse developed together with the OpenChange (http://www.openchange.org) team a storage provider that reuses much of the SOGo code. This means Microsoft Outlook can talk to SOGo just like if it was an Exchange server. This is a major step in the FOSS groupware world as costly MAPI connectors can now be avoided for Microsoft Outlook users and they can benefit from a modern groupware server to handle all their needs. A video demonstrating Outlook connected to SOGo through OpenChange server is available from the SOGo website. And yes, everything is available under the GNU GPL and is under active development.

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