[clug-talk] Corporate Groupware Solution (Windows/Linux)

Kevin Anderson maillist at digital-adrenaline.com
Wed Jan 19 15:45:40 PST 2005


Contact me offlist.  I am a distributor for a product which should meet your 
needs, and would be happy to give you a UID and PWD so that you could take my  
demo for a test drive.

It is not Open Source, however.

Kev.


On Wednesday 19 January 2005 15:58, Johnny Stork wrote:
> I have what is starting to look like an intractible problem. Or maybe an
> indication of a great opportunity for filling a niche in the mixed
> Linux/Windows world. If any one here has any suggestions I would be
> greatful. I beleive I sent out a similiar request last year sometime and a
> few did reply, (Aaron maybe), with things like Kroupware, and others with
> OpenGroupware I think. And I have used eGroupware, PhpGroupware etc, but so
> far I dont think I have the complete solution. So once again, in case
> anything new has shown up in the industry, I am trying to find a corporate
> groupware solution with the following features:
>
> Works seamlesslessly with Outlook clients (shared calendar, contacts etc)
>
> Standards based (ical, vcard etc)
>
> Document management
>
> LDAP authentication
>
> Web interface
>
> POP/IMAP with server-side filters
>
> Modular (can add forums, project management, rss feeds etc etc)
>
> >From the email perspective I want to be able to acces the email from ANY
> > client supporting IMAP and have the folders, and filters, all working
> > from the server-side.
>
> The Novell OpenExchange Server 4.1 seems pretty close but is locked to a
> particualr distro and the next version does not have enough info that I can
> find to say if it supports all of what I am looking for.
>
> And Groupwise seems to also be close, but depends on eDirectory and not
> LDAP? Correct me if I am wrong.
>
> This seems like it would be such a useful product, to support all these
> things, but just cant seem to find anything close yet.
>
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> Johnny Stork
> Squamish, BC
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> www.openenterprise.ca
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