Hi,

When I got mail about this site I thought is was software for using Outlook with Dovecot or alike. Anyway. Has anyone seen an open source project for that? Support for Mail, Contact, Calendar that is gratis. Also mobile sync would be great. :-)

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Jon

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The closest thing I can think of would have to be Zimbra.

Zimbra supports email, group calendar, contacts, instant messaging, file storage and web document management.

There are different versions available. For a list of features/product differences, go to http://www.zimbra.com/products/product_editions.html

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answered 04 May '10, 05:52

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answered 04 May '10, 07:13

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open source (gratis-software) groupware:

zarafa zarafa, iRedMail iRedMail,

Vergleich in german language Groupware

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answered 12 May '10, 15:06

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Axigen also has a free version (limited in mail accounts) but has all the functionality you might need, including Outlook plugin. Worth a look.

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If you're adventurous you could do it yourself instead of using a complete package as some other posters suggested. That's what I did, because it's fun to put together.

  • MTA: Postfix (or Exim or QMail), integrate ClamAV and SpamAssassin (or Dspam).
  • IMAP: Dovecot (with Sieve for filtering)
  • Calendar: DAViCal (or Apple's CalendarServer)
  • Addresses: OpenLDAP
  • Mobile sync: Funambol

I have implemented all of the above on my own server, except for Funambol. I only needed that to sync iCal data from the calendar server to my phone over SyncML. Instead, I am simply going to buy an Android phone. That way I don't need a sync app anymore since the phone can access the services directly.

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