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#1 2005-06-08 03:05:10

viniosity
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From: Washington, DC
Registered: 2005-01-22
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groupware

Anyone have any positive experiences with a linux-based groupware product?  I've googled and found lots of them like opengroupware, kolab, moregroupware, phpgroupware, etc but I'm having trouble figuring out which is best for me.

I like 'em simple.. basically I just need email and calendar. 
I like 'em secure.. want to make sure no security flaws are unpatched

I also need to support multiple domains which is a bit tricky.  Any suggestions or opinions?

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#2 2005-06-08 03:33:13

cactus
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Re: groupware

take a look at hula maybe?


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#3 2005-06-08 03:52:31

Dusty
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From: Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Registered: 2004-01-18
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Re: groupware

viniosity wrote:

Anyone have any positive experiences with a linux-based groupware product?  [

people have *positive* experiences with groupware apps?

Dusty

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#4 2005-06-08 06:40:12

campylobacter
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Registered: 2004-04-12
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Re: groupware

Kolab support multiple domains. I found out the way to install the groupware on ArchLinux.
At the beginn write:  touch /etc/debian_version an create an /etc/init.d/ dir.

For me, Kolab works very good. I use Kontact as Client.

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