September 2005
UNIX Update;Sep2005, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p4
Trade Publication
This article provides information on Open-Xchange Server 5. It maintains the same architecture, but with added and enhanced features in a more flexibly designed, platform-agnostic package. Open-Xchange enables users to store appointments, contacts, tasks, emails, bookmarks, documents--and many more elements--and share them with other users. This environment can be accessed via any web browser. Open-Xchange Inc. is the world's leading Linux-based groupware, collaboration, and messaging provider. Open-Xchange's flagship product, Open-Xchange Server, comes in a free open source version, OX 0.8, and a commercial version, Open-Xchange 5.0.


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