Saturday, September 10th, 2005

Zimbra Collaboration Suite Open Source Project Beta Launch

Category: Email, Showcase

<p>Just today, someone was asking why there wasn’t an open source ajaxian email system. Now there is with Zimbra.

Zimbra is a community for building and maintaining next generation collaboration technology. Currently, this technology is available as a beta version. At Zimbra, our goal is to make e-mail, calendar, contacts and other communications technologies the best they can be. We believe that by opening the technology to the community we will insure that we can maximize innovation, scale and the ability to co-exist with existing messaging systems.

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Too lazy for that and want to see someone else walk you through it? (Flash movie)

Downloads

JS/Ajax Toolkit PDF

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:22 am
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I have test ZIMBRA on live demo and it’s very well but some times we have some crash with firefox and CPU is full.

Good jod for Zimbra team

Comment by Olivier13 — October 9, 2005

My manager does not what he is doing. I think he Goolges all his ideas. Im not talking about deep research here. I think he tends to go for the freaking sponsored link. Sack em all i say.

We have a very stable almost self managing Groupwise system that I helped install years ago. Now my manger thinks that a new alternative, cheaper model is needed. Along comes his google n Zimbra collaboration. What a load of poo sticks. I can see the company falling apart if this continues. Before he rips out Novell and my heart Im off.
As for Zimbra ? My opinion is that it is not good enough if you already have established systems in place.
A note to all alternative IT Managers out there who like to penny pinch. Go and suck eggs you fat middle class loosers. … your right your father was telling the truth when he said he was disappointed in you!!!

Comment by Itsup Portman — April 28, 2007

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