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Think Secret article: OS X Server: Improved mail, calendar. . .

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Hula is mentioned in thinksecret.com's article OS X Server: Improved mail, calendar services forthcoming?.

A new recipe or old stuff again?

Anonymous's picture

Yeah i don't think there is much of an improvement over OSX in Hula. Some small things, but really not much. For me, it doesn't bring anything new on the table. (but that my opinion, some may have improvements they like).
Matt, ramen chef.

SOGo

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Well, this article is pretty dubios, isn't it? OSX server already includes 95% of what Hula has and then Hula just provides some half-working web interface and has no properly working IMAP4 support. Don't even ask for Outlook support.

I'll bet OSX server is going to include SOGo: integrates nicely with Cyrus and OpenDirectory (aka the existing infrastructure) and is written in the systems language, ObjC.

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