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The OPEN-XCHANGE� Collaboration and Integration Server Environment allows you to store appointments, contacts, tasks, emails,
The OPEN-XCHANGE� Collaboration and Integration Server Environment allows you 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 modern web browser and multiple fat clients like KDE Kontact, Apples iCAL, Konqueror, Mozilla Calendar, and many more.
Every 3rd party product can access this application over many different interfaces such as WebDAV (XML), LDAP, iCal, and HTTP/S. This makes the OPEN-XCHANGE� application a powerful product which can be used in many of different business and private areas successfully delivering access to e-mail and distributed groupware functions.
The OPEN-XCHANGE� Server is based on the following open source daemons and services: a web (HTTP/S) server (like Apache), a servlet engine (like Tomcat), a database (like PostgreSQL), a directory server (like OpenLDAP), and a mail (both SMTP and IMAP) server (like Postfix using Cyrus); just to list a few which are know to work.
What's New in This Release:
This stable release contains optimized Outlook support for public and shared folders, attachments and distribution lists, MySQL support, and enhanced interfaces for VOIP, Skype, and other apps. SyncML support was optimized, allowing any SyncML enabled device or handheld to share information with Open-Xchange.
Java 1.5 is better supported, and this version includes security enhancements to protect both the connections between client systems and the Open-Xchange server and the Open-Xchange server and the network.
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