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Suse Open Exchange

     I just installed suse Open Exchange mail Server 4.1 with a basic installation. I am nex completely to Suse Linux..

   I just want to know how can we integrate with MS-Outlook, is there any MS-Outlook connector that we have to download, also i want to know whether its possible to share calenders,folders  from MS-Outllook with Open exchange...

  Please help me...

 Thanks and Regards....
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Novell has since purchased SUSE, and along with OX being open sourced http://www.openexchange.com, they still sell the SUSE openexchange product which you have installed.

The connector for Outlook has documentation here - http://www.novell.com/products/openexchange/slox41_islox_en.pdf 

IIRC Novell has announced that they will be Open Sourcing the Outlook connector for OX, however this is only vapour ware at the moment and you need to purchase it from novell.

Unfortunately I do not know where you can buy it as there is no links to it from the Novell website. AFAICS it almost looks like Suse Linux Open Exchange is a dead end product until the Open Sourced version is better prepared for installation.

To share calendars and TODO, Contacts et al, I have found 4team.com's shareoutlook to work in networks as big as 10 pc's (never tried it in bigger networks) in conjunction with a solution like the one presented here: http://www.delouw.ch/linux/Postfix-Cyrus-Web-cyradm-HOWTO/html/ 

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