Quoting Brian O'Donoghue (Brian.ODonoghue at kbs.ie):
> [It's very sweet - http://www.bynari.net/bynari/insightcon.html for
> more information.]
>> If I could get this thing to run on Slackware the office could move away
> from exchange tomorrow... see as of exchange service pack 1 through 5 there
> is a bug introduced that 'does not' decrement the licence count of the
> exchange server, such that in an organisation like ours when you have 15
> licences and 15 users... and one user logs off and the licence count 'does
> not' get decremented... you end up with users getting locked out of mail
> services... which means a reboot of the server... which you can imagine the
> least convient time to happen is when the most people are using it.. which
> also happens to be the most likely time for such a bug to appear....
Hmm, I'm used to answering a slightly different question, that of
suggesting Linux client strategies for an existing MS-Exchange server.
FAQ item is here, and it has some relevance to your situation:
(The URL and document format are temporary: I had to strip down a
knowledgebase in a hurry from a really awful on-line hosting system.)
> Question: has anyone got the bynari sweetness working on Slackware 8.0.. if
> so endow such elder knowledge asap.
Can't help you there. It might help if you posted details of whatever
difficulties you've encountered.
Cheers, There are only 10 types of people in this world --
Rick Moen those who understand binary arithmetic and those who don't.
rick at linuxmafia.com
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