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LinuxPR: New Open-Xchange "Oxtender" Enables Replacement of Windows Server

Jan 31, 2006, 21:15 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Beginning in March, customers of Open-Xchange, Inc. will have full access to and seamless integration with Linux-based Logon, File and Print services for Microsoft Windows workstations through Open-Xchange Server 5--giving customers the option to fully replace Microsoft Exchange as well as Microsoft Windows Server.

"A new extension to Open-Xchange Server 5, called 'Samba OXtender,' enables end users to access all the information they need for their daily work--on one machine with a single graphical user interface. Samba OXtender provides seamless integration to printers and access to all files through the Open-Xchange Server user interface..."

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