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    Exchange Server for Linux

    Hi, I am very much new to Linux. Recently I have started working on it. Does anyone can suggest me on the best mailing system for Linux? I have been working with Microsoft Exchange since last 8 years ( exchange-5.5 to 2007). So, I would love to have a mailing system which has most of MS Exchange feature.

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    Qmail....try working upon it u will find the best result

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    No such luck @heera667, I have been searching in vain for a Linux-based replacement for a Exchange/Active Directory. There really isn't anything out there that can even start to compete with all the features and ease of use of an Exchange/AD setup.

    I have looked at OpenExchange, they have a connector for Thunderbird, but it still needs come maturing in my opinion.
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    How about Gmail for the enterprise? http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/business/index.html up to 25GB per user in storage. It costs $50 per user per year.

    If you want free:

    You can get mail for your domain at http://mail.google.com/a/ with 8GB per user in storage. It's free and I use that for my domain for my personal email

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    I heard Suse had a nice system called eDirectory, don't know if it's true or not, someone on the ubuntu forums was mentioning it
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    Gmail for the enterprise is nice, but it doesn't address the issue some management types have with other people hosting their data. I do a little freelance and I ALWAYS push them toward Google hosted services, but it isn't for everyone. I see where Google is trying to go with this, I think its great, software as a service is a booming industry and makes alot of sense. But when you involve company secrets, its gets to be a touchy subject.
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    yeah, lol@ googling a companies documents
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