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Re: Mail Server Software Suggestions?



Actually, I'm thinking of recommending Citadel/UX for this.

While its history is as a BBS software, it's been developed, for quite 
some time now, as a groupware solution.  It's got calendaring, a web 
interface (WebCit), is free, is Outlook compatible (by way of 
IMAP...SSL enabled or otherwise), and used SMTP-AUTH by default, so it 
can't even be used as an open relay.

http://www.citadel.org

On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Michael Gargiullo wrote:

> On Thu, 2004-02-26 at 11:18, Tim Pickard wrote:
> > I need to get a new mail server software for my organization.
> > 
> > Parameters:
> > Free or fairly cheap (<$250)
> > Outlook compatable - (just to set out of office)
> > Web Interface - on the road access.
> > Reliable
> > RHES3 supported
> > 
> > What Software or combinations there of do you know meets these specs?
> > 
> > Tim
> > 
> > Tim Pickard
> > Systems Support Analyst and Administrator
> > 40 Salem Street 
> > Lynnfield, MA  01940 
> > p.781-295-0072
> > f.781-295-0077
> > tpickard crossref org 
> > 
> > 
> 
> Everything you need can be Open Source.  sendmail (I recommend exim for
> ease of configuration, it's a drop n replacement) courier imap,
> spamassassin, squirrelmail (or horde, neomail).
> 
> I won't lie...  It will take some configuration, and tinkering. 
> Somethings like calander aren't yet fully developed.
> 
> 
> 

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