Linux Journal: The Citadel Groupware Server
Mar 06, 2007, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jon Watson)
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"The time has come to consider moving that expensive,
high-maintenance Windows system to a sleeker, more robust Linux
system. The gap analyses have been done, the meetings held, the
presentations complete, and now it's go time. Although installing
and configuring a Linux server back end can be challenging, we all
know that users aren't going to care about that. What they want is
uninterrupted functionality so they can continue doing their jobs.
Although migrating users from applications such as Microsoft Office
to OpenOffice.org is generally an intuitive task, the 800-pound
gorilla that's keeping you up at night is e-mail and groupware. How
are you going to provide and manage Microsoft Outlook-like
functionality to the masses? In a word, Citadel.
"One of the understated wonders of the Free and Open Source
Software world is the Citadel Groupware Server..."