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PC Magazine: SUSE Linux Openexchange Server 4.1 [Review]

Feb 03, 2004, 09:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"SUSE Linux Openexchange Server 4.1's Web-based groupware capabilities are so good, your company might be able to use the Web interface exclusively. By doing this, you would avoid the cost and time of installing Microsoft Outlook and a plug-in on every employee's desktop. That's a distinct advantage over competing products in this roundup, such as CommuniGate and MailSite, neither of which has a viable Web-based groupware interface. What's more, installing and administering Openexchange is far easier than with Microsoft Exchange or Novell GroupWise.

"Openexchange is not without its limitations, however. The lack of a spell-checker in the Web client is a major omission. And larger or growing companies may be deterred by the absence of features like delegated administration..."

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