LINUX intenal mail solution ???

Posted on 2006-04-17
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Hi Experts,

This is my requirement,

We have external hosted email server. Let’s say We have 40 LAN users and they need a shared calendar/book shared resources too. All internal user emails should be routed internally to the each user.

Is there any LINUX mail solution for this?

Please advice !

Thanks a lot !
Question by:NetMaxtor
    LVL 14

    Accepted Solution


    Try Scalix (

    Or OpenGroupware (


    Author Comment

    by:NetMaxtor is seems like ok !

    Any other comments ???
    LVL 87

    Assisted Solution

    what are the requirements for the clients? Are they going to be based on linux, windows or webbased, or all? There are quite a few groupware solutions around, usually you need extra software to allow windows clients, like outlook to connect, and these normally need extra licenses you have to pay for...

    Opengroupware by the way has a knoppix version on CD which you can use to try out.

    Author Comment

    on there are based on windows.. MS-Out Look support is needed !
    LVL 87

    Expert Comment

    All the above have extra outlook connectors which you have to pay for. Kolab has more than one.

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