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LinuxWorld Australia: Can Novell-Sponsored Hula Take Down Exchange?

Mar 04, 2005, 22:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Neil McAllister)

"Geeks typically hate Exchange's automated meeting notifications, which may explain why a good implementation of that feature has yet to surface in an open source messaging server. For many organizations, however, collaborative calendaring and scheduling are just as important as e-mail itself. That's why Novell's announcement at LinuxWorld Boston of Hula--a new project to develop an open source, standards-based messaging server--should come as welcome news to IT shops everywhere.

"At first glance, you might ask, 'Why now?' There's no shortage of Exchange alternatives on the market already, several of which run on Linux. Our Test Center looked at four alternatives just last week..."

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