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OPEN-XCHANGE

Open-Xchange Server Edition is a multi-tier, small footprint solution that integrates seamlessly into customer’s architectures, enabling smooth start of operation based on services. The Open-Xchange Server Edition supports different Enterprise Linux systems like SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, and Debian Etch. Users are presented with a highly advanced, improved, and intuitive browser based interface that meets all their email, calendaring, tasking, contacts, and document storage requirements. Further integrations like LDAP-support or ADS are possible. It's designed for medium organizations and educational and public administrations that want to have a customizable communication solution.

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  •  14 Nov 2012 17:57

    Release Notes: This release provides a number of new user interface and backend features. A PIM user can now invite external participants, edit contacts directly in distribution lists, expunge messages in the mail folder context menu, and choose the target file store and/or database cluster by context creation.

    •  14 Nov 2012 17:55

      Release Notes: This update provides a new and improved Open-Xchange Server backend with enhancements for both generations. It includes a new, clear, and logical structure for the configuration files and packages, an improved exception framework, a unified OSGi, etc.

      •  30 Aug 2012 14:10

        Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface backend features, including CalDAV access via Thunderbird/Lightning, with which it is possible to synchronize all Open-Xchange private, public, and shared calendars to the personal Thunderbird/Lightning client. Further user interface features are displaying appointment creator information and group tasks in the user interface.

        •  18 Jul 2012 16:22

          Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface and backend features, including auto-logout from the user interface, saving draft mail attachments, and official support for CentOS 6. It provides a new social wizard plugin and a confirmation popup if the browser closed.

          •  19 Jun 2012 14:31

            Release Notes: This release provides a number of user interface and backend features, including improved invitation handling like sending mail with a configured default sender address, messages for resources marked “[Resource]”, and invitation messages providing the correct time zone. It provides export functionality for the Task module.

            Recent comments

            16 Jul 2007 07:13 dsimpson222

            Express Edition
            Express edition was launched and looks like the best open-source collaboration application that I have seen. Runs on Ubuntu

            06 Feb 2007 13:49 hertell

            This project seems to be dead
            There has been no progress since august 2006... Unfortunately a great project simply dies away..

            17 Nov 2006 07:16 steppy28

            Re: Zimbra


            > We moved from OX to Zimbra. Slick AJAX

            > Web UI for both end users and

            > administrators. Super simple 10min

            > install.

            >

            > Zimbra

            Zimbra has about 1/2 the functionality and is long-term way more expensive than OX (OX charges only for upgrades, zimbra uses a subscription-based model per-user/per-year). Both are good products, but I would suggest OX if you're looking long-term.

            17 Nov 2006 07:08 steppy28

            Love it...
            Great project, I was amazed at the functionality of it. Hope word gets around soon, the developers deserve the credit. For a small or mid-sized company, this product alone has done wonders for our productivity without taking anything away in terms of training. Thanks guys!!

            30 Apr 2006 13:47 CyrilSneer

            Re: Great piece of software
            Full ACK. After having some problems with the installation (specially the ldap part) it is a smart running piece of software. You'll get a bunch of full featured modules with lots of options. I won't miss it! Thanks to the whole OX developers, as well to the community and keep on the good work.

            cyril


            BTW: For those who have problems its worth to take a look to the forum, the wiki or the mailing lists which contains lots of informations about the installation, documentation and other misc stuff.

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