"SuSE is trying to cut deeper into the market share of
Microsoft's Exchange Server e-mail system by rolling out a version
of Openexchange that features improved server support for Windows
"For the first time, Version 4.1 of the product allows Outlook
users to access calendar and contact information as well as access
documents stored in Openexchange Server, company officials said.
One of the new features includes an alert to let Outlook users know
when they have conflicts among their appointments.
"'With this release we think we are offering business users more
stability and security of their open source data, additional
groupware and messaging functions, and much better speed and
efficiency in electronic communications,' said Juergen Geck, SuSE's
chief technology officer..."
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