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Replace Outlook Webmail with Open Source Zarafa

Oct 11, 2010, 18:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

"Looking for a Webmail offering that's competitive with Microsoft's Outlook Web App (OWA), but available on Linux? One of the best Outlook alternatives for Linux is Zarafa, a collaboration platform with support options for businesses that need a robust replacement for Exchange.

"Zarafa seamlessly integrates with your already working Linux email server, offers all of the advantages of the Exchange OWA platform (and more), and does so at nearly half the cost. And, although there is a cost involved with the software, Zarafa is open source (GPLv3). And in this article I am going to show you how to install Zarafa on the Fedora platform (release 13 in this instance) and integrate it with a working Postfix installation.

"If you're looking for a guide to getting Postfix up and running, see "Install and Configure a Postfix Mail Server." Make sure you have Postfix running and delivering mail before you start the process of installing Zarafa."

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