Netline Internet Service announced today that it would contribute its OPEN-XCHANGE Server, the core technology underlying the industry’s top-selling Linux-based groupware, collaboration, and messaging application, under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
This is definitely good news. I saw an OpenExchange sales pitch a few years ago at Linux World New York and I must say that I was impressed. The online demo looks pretty good, but having Outlook “just work” is killer. And that should be no problem according to an article at ZDNet. The web interface feels a bit less cluttered than OpenGroupware, and I’m hoping that it rocks. I hope to find the time to take a look at this bad boy.