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Old 08-30-2012, 01:05 PM   #1
mazzse
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I need suggestions "linux options to exchange server".


Hi everyone.

I am new to this linux forum. Although that have been searching here and havnt found the exakt answer on my question, IŽd rather post my one.

Q: Can you fellows give me suggestions to one or a couple of server-applications that suits for my needs, cause I havnt tried a single one of those, pherhaps you have some experinces of a couple of those.

My needs, sort of Exchange functions: my wishes are arranged in number postions... 1=most wanted, 10=less wanted.
1. That is is free, no cost.
2. That it uses Push, just like Gmail, MS exchange etc.
3. IŽd like to have something that can do the push for Calendar purpose. The best would be if I could add/change/delete calendar posts at my phone (iphone) and could change the calendar in my work computer in Outlook aswell
4. IŽd like to have a webinterface (for as many of my wishes as well)
5. IŽd like to have Contacts opertunity, by web and by phone.
6. IŽd like to have Todo and reminders.
7. IŽd like to have Cloud-file storage at my server, like dropbox.
8. IŽd like to have mail, by web, and in my phone.

It is going to be run at my Debian server.

The main purpose is that I would like to have control over my information and that I can use the calender functions with outlook to change, aswell in the phone, and in i webbinterface. So that my wife and I can use a calendar that I update in outlook.

I have just tried ownCloud, but it does not function well (or att all) in outlook, but has a great cloud storage function.

Best regards
Mats
 
Old 08-30-2012, 07:50 PM   #2
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Zimbra is pretty comprehensive & does have a free version https://wiki.zimbra.com/wiki/Top_10_FAQ.
Don't know if it does everything you want, but worth a look.
 
Old 09-01-2012, 04:01 AM   #3
mazzse
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Thank you for your suggestion, IŽll be looking closer to it sone. We have a 3 weeks baby here at home (We recently got our second child :P), so I dont have mutch time over to do some deep investigations.
/Mazz

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Zimbra is pretty comprehensive & does have a free version https://wiki.zimbra.com/wiki/Top_10_FAQ.
Don't know if it does everything you want, but worth a look.
 
  


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