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Thread: Zimbra VS OpenXchange

  1. #1
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    Default Zimbra VS OpenXchange

    I need some advices from you people.

    I am about to implement a groupware software in a public hospital (a big one)

    I dont know wich groupware collab. software to use, I am beetwen Zimbra and OpenXchange.

    I would like to know some experiences, some comparatives, wich features has zimbra that does not have openxchange.

    advantages and disad.

    thanks a lot.

    any link, any comment, anything will be welcome

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    I forgot to say , that no matter wich one I choose, it will be , and IT HAS TO BE, the COMMUNITY EDITION , it has to be free.

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    What features are you looking for in a Collaboration Suite? Have you tried the demo's available for both products?

    For a basic list of what is (and isn't) available in the community edition of Zimbra you could take a look at Zimbra - Product Editions.
    The closest thing to that that I found for OpenXchange was OXpedia |

    As you will be using the community edition, you should also take a look at the community that will be providing support. It looks like their forums are a mixture of german and english, and far smaller then ours.

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    Default Which one did you go with?

    What were the key decision points?

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