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Looking for an alternative to Microsoft Exchange

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Can anyone reccommend a Linux alternative to Microsoft Exchange?  I just finished testing a demo of Scalix which was by far the best "Exchange Type" Linux based email system I have seen yet.

However, I do not feel like Scalix is ready for prime time yet.

Any direction would be greatly appreciated.

Chris
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You might want to look at SuSE's offerings that include OpenExchange, or kolab.
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We use this at work becuase it works just as great and the lics are much cheaper then acess
It is not free though
 this is some info on it http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=6734
  this is also the developers web site http://www.bynari.net/index.php?id=1169

 Open Exchange is  also  good as Jlevie said.
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