Messaging In Linux
Novell Cool Solutions: Tip
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Posted: 28 Apr 2005
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SearchEnterpriseLinux.com recently spoke with Novell's Ted Haeger about messaging in Linux. They touch on topics such as Groupwise, Open-Xchange, the strong points of Novell's approach, and several other topics.
"For those who may be looking, or for those who have no idea what to expect in a messaging client from Novell, what is Novell GroupWise?
Ted Haeger: We have, of course, a complete collaboration suite in GroupWise. We were porting GroupWise across all of Linux pretty much for the first part of 2004 and finished that summer. GroupWise is not open source at this point, but it is still a rich-featured client comparable to Novell's Evolution or KMail, or any other lighter weight client on Linux theses days. A GroupWise client is a heavier client, where we're trying to support a product that is somewhat analogous to Outlook and the Evolution side of things."
Novell Cool Solutions (corporate web communities) are produced by WebWise Solutions. www.webwiseone.com