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Multi-Tenant Control Panel for Exchange 2013

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Hello,

I'm lookgin for a good opensource solution for a multi-tenant control panel for Exchange 2013. Do you have any suggestions?

I have seen a control panel (WebsitePanel ) but it's in beta stadium. Do you have any experience with this product?

Many thanks,
SGTA14
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The product you have found is, as far as I am aware the ONLY open source control panel with Exchange support. It is permanently in BETA, so you will have decide for yourself if you want to use it or not.
If not, then the other options are
a. A commercial solution.
b. Write one yourself.
c. Don't give end user tenants a control panel.

As for using it, it does work and work pretty well. As with all control panels you should not try and retro-fit it to an existing environment. You need to set up a new environment for it, following the guidelines.

Simon.
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we will try the website panel
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we will try the website panel
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Why close the question without awarding points? I have provided an opinion which you asked for.
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