On Mon 08 Jul 2002 17:30, Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> But,I was under the impression... mistakenly it would seem that this
> byrani thingy was supposed to replace all of the integrated bits and
> pieces of exchange server .. bar the calendaring thing... I hadn't
> really investigated it much though.
Bynari have several products.
Bynari Server is a full-featured mail server with an integrated LDAP
directory, which can be used by people who don't want the hassle of
setting up IMAP and LDAP for themselves. Clueful people can reproduce
all of its features using Cyrus and OpenLDAP.
Bynari Insight Connector is the product I'm talking about; it plugs
into Outlook, allowing all the juicy Exchangey goodness to be used
without Exchange - effectively, it stores all the stuff like
Calendars, Tasklists etc. inside IMAP messages and keeps them on the
server. Very smart idea.
> Oh well if it is simply a matter of configuring IMAP,POP3,LDAP etc...
> I guess I can figure it out.
I hope so.
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