Martin G.H. Minkler
minkler at artegic.de
Mon Oct 16 17:24:06 EDT 2006
Zachariah Mully wrote:
> I would stay far far away from kolab for anything more than one or two
> person use. Especially if you plan on using it with Outlook as the
> Outlook connector stores the Kolab data in a binary format, making it
> unsearchable on the server side, hence retardedly slow as you need to
> suck down an entire folder (the complete message, not just the headers),
You're talking about the Toltec Connector, correct?
There is an alternative called KONSEC connector that stores non-mail
items as a binary mail with a special header in a separate folder IIRC.
> openxchange looks to be a more viable alternative, especially if you
> have to support webclient users.
Last time I checked it wouldn't provide some features but that was ages
ago - don't intend to start a groupware server discussion here either. :-)
> For just webmail though, Horde is great, especially if you install the
> sieve rule manager and the password tool, then people can manage their
> own vacation/ooo rules, as well as update their passwords.
AFAIK horde's CVS branch offers integration into Kolab (or the other way
around, there was sth. on the kolab site)
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