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Re: Scalix is not true open source

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 150.50.10.61] on August 20, 2008 04:02 PM
Scalix is not a cut down version of anything.

The things you don't get in the Free version compared to the other versions are these:

Multiple Tenants, Multiple Instances, Multi-server, High Availability, Scalix Migration Tool, Archiver Service, Active Directory Extensions Exchange Co-existence, Recovery Folder, Scalix AntiSpam, Scalix ZeroHour AntiVirus, Scalix ActiveSync, NotifyLink Wireless Email / PIM

Plus you are only allowed 10 premium users which are basically Outlook users.

What sort of company would need these things and not be prepared to pay for a Groupware solution? If you don't need them then the free version is all you need.

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