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How to Install Open-Xchange on Debian Linux

Mar 04, 2011, 21:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Juergen Geck)

"Since its beginnings as a Microsoft Exchange alternative for small- to medium-sized businessed, the Open-Xchange collaboration suite has stretched a bit beyond just a messaging solution. The flagship product, Open-Xchange Server, is regarded as a full collaborative platform, particularly with the addition of the Infostore document sharing module. Here's how to install Open-Xchange Server to start on the way to replacing Exchange.

"Open-Xchange comes in a multitide of flavors. There is, of course, the stand-alone Server Edition, as well as the Hosting Edition that delivers Open-Xchange to users as a Web app. The Advanced Server Edition features the same Web-based GUI found in the Hosting Edition, but delivers content similarly as the Server Edition. The Open-Xchange Appliance Edition uses the Web-based GUI, too, and functions as a completely self-contained appliance with a wizard-based interface to get started."

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