OfficeSpot.Net Collaboration Server Preview 2 (Default branch)

This application suite is quite the AIO (All in One). I have used eGroupware, and was a joy. I was trying to find more projects to create in it than actually using it to manage them. This is defiantly an application you want to check out and play around with. OfficeSpot.Net Collaboration Server Preview 2 (Default branch) – The OfficeSpot.Net Collaboration Server is a one-stop solution for all your groupware needs. It is based on Ubuntu 6.06 LTS and is preloaded with eGroupWare, Postfix, OpenLDAP, MySQL, DBMail, Spamassasin, and ClamAV. License: GNU General Public License (GPL) Changes: This release contains updated versions of eGroupWare (1.4), DBMail (latest stable SVN revision), and ClamAV (0.90.3). The installation process was streamlined and the online documentation was updated. [FreshMeat]

This application suite is quite the AIO (All in One). I have used eGroupware, and was a joy. I was trying to find more projects to create in it than actually using it to manage them. This is defiantly an application you want to check out and play around with.

OfficeSpot.Net Collaboration Server Preview 2 (Default branch)The OfficeSpot.Net Collaboration Server is a
one-stop solution for all your groupware needs. It
is based on Ubuntu 6.06 LTS and is preloaded with
eGroupWare, Postfix, OpenLDAP, MySQL, DBMail,
Spamassasin, and ClamAV.


License: GNU General Public License (GPL)


Changes:
This release contains updated versions of eGroupWare (1.4), DBMail (latest stable SVN revision), and ClamAV (0.90.3). The installation process was streamlined and the online documentation was updated.

[FreshMeat]

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