Exchange alternatives



Eweek is running a round up of some of the alternatives to Exchange. Bynari’s Insight server, Communigate Pro Real-Time Collaboration, Gordano Messaging Suite, and Scalix Server are all mentioned and compared. (No mention of Kolab or other open-source alternatives which, depending on the feature set required can serve for the task.)

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