"The good news is that the eBox platform is completely
open-source, licensed under the GPL and free to download, with an
active community developing it and driving the project forward. The
open-source software it controls includes:"
"OpenLDAP and Samba for user management (eBox also includes a
primary domain controller to allow Windows machines to
authenticate). Samba and CUPS for file and printer sharing and
backup on a Window network. Postfix, SpamAssassin, ClamAV and
Jabber to run an e-mail server with anti-spam and anti-virus
software and a corporate Jabber-based instant messaging system.
Squid, Dansguardian, Netfilter/Iptables and Iproute2 to run a
firewall, with packet filtering, traffic shaping, and web content
filtering. ISC DHCP, NTP. BIND, Apache, OpenSSL and OpenVPN to run
network services like DHCP, DNS and NTP, a web server, and a VPN to
connect roaming users to the network or to connect two office