SOGo—Open-Source Groupware

The current state of SOGo and its integration capabilities with desktop and mobile clients.

Ludovic Marcotte (lmarcotte@inverse.ca) holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Montréal. Currently, he's having fun at Inverse, Inc., an open-source IT consulting company located in downtown Montréal that specializes in the development and deployment of PacketFence and SOGo.

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At last !

Jason Simmons's picture

A lot of the "open source" groupware products that run on Linux servers are designed to service primarly windows clients.

This is the first solution that I have seen that can be run in a linux server, and be consumed by windows,linux and mac clients, via a single application via Thunderbird & Lightining.

Windows users can still have their MS Outlook comfort blanket if they cant bear to part with it, without the need to install cludgy Mapi connectors.

This looks like a fantastic project, and I will be trying it out myself

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