Open-Xchange aims for U.S. expansion

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| Open-Xchange is using Yahoo's acquisition of rival Zimbra last year as an
| invitation to tackle the U.S. market with its open-source server software for
| e-mail, calendars, and other collaboration tools.


Open-Xchange goes Express, sheds its Suse roots

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| Second, and extremely interesting to me, Express Edition runs on Ubuntu. Why
| does this matter? Well, for one thing it shows Ubuntu's stablity and
| performance. But on an even more interesting note, take a look at
| Open-Xchange's management team, and in particular its CTO, J├╝rgen Geck. You
| might remember that he was the CTO at Suse....Or check out Open-Xchange's
| co-founder and EVP of engineering, Martin Kauss. Yep, he was a Suse guy
| before, too. The list goes on.... ┬* ┬* ┬*

Open-Xchange Launches Collaboration Software Appliance

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| The Open-Xchange Express Edition is delivered as a software appliance based
| on a version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, although it is designed so
| that the user never needs to interact with the operating system. ┬*

Open-Xchange (Partially) Embraces GPL ┬*

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| On the GPL side, Open-Xchange's choice of license stands in
| contrast to that of its competitor Zimbra, which offers its
| namesake collaboration suite under a modified Mozilla Public
| License, plus attribution.

Review: Open-Xchange

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| Looking for a Microsoft Exchange replacement, or a first groupware
| application for your organization? Check out Open-Xchange. I took it for
| a test drive and found it to be a solid product that works well with
| open source groupware clients, though its Web interface is a bit
| clunky.