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I am looking for an alternative True Source Exchange Mail alternative, that works with Outlook. I have looked at some, but for the Outlook portion to work it requires you to purchase upgrades and that is what we are looking to get away from -= cost. So I am wondering if anyone here knows of a good Open Source software that we could use, Thanks.
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Hi sierrawolf,

Zimbra
Scalix
Open-Xchange
OSER

are all possibilities.   Why must Outlook survive?  Is Evolution not an option?
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