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Re: Hosted collaboration suites

Thanks Paul,

This looks great. We are currently running a Postfix/Courier based
system for our customers and it has been working smoothly.
I'm not too fond of the way Horde looks, but this can be further
enhanced in-house.

Thanks for the pointer.

Best wishes,

Steven Jacobs

Paul van der Vlis wrote:
> Steven Jacobs schreef:
>> Hi All,
>> One of our customers requested that we'd give them a quote on a system,
>> allowing a maximum of 45.000 simultaneously connected users to collaborate.
>> We'd like to know how to go about setting this up. The major question
>> for us is which solution to choose. We are already looking into
>> Exchange, Kerio, Zimbra, Scalix, Mailsite, but maybe there are better
>> alternatives. We need a very low-cost, full-featured solution.
> I would use Postfix, Cyrus IMAP and Horde groupware suite. You can use
> OpenLDAP as an addresbook and databases like MySQL or PostgreSQL as a
> backend for Horde.
> These programs are free, have many features, and are used in big
> organisations (you are from Belgian: e.g. Ghent University uses it, I
> can bring you in contact with sysadmins there).
> http://www.horde.org/
> http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/
> http://www.postfix.org/
> The Horde calendar (Kronolith) will have in short a caldav server which
> you can access with desktop calendering programms like Sunbird.
> With regards,
> Paul van der Vlis.

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