The Zarafa Open Source Collaboration gets part as RPM packages of the Fedora distribution.
- Name: Robert Scheck
- Email: email@example.com
- Targeted release: Fedora 13
- Last updated: 2010-02-07
- Percentage of completion: 95%
Zarafa Outlook Sharing is a Microsoft Exchange replacement. The Open Source Collaboration provides an integration with your existing Linux mail server, native mobile phone support by ActiveSync compatiblity and a webaccess with 'Look & Feel' similar to Outlook using Ajax. Including an IMAP4 and a POP3 gateway as well as an iCal/CalDAV gateway, Zarafa can combine the usability with the stability and flexibility of a Linux server. The proven Zarafa groupware solution is using MAPI objects, provides a MAPI client library as well as programming interfaces for C++, PHP and Perl.
Benefit to Fedora
Fedora users get the chance to easily install a fully featured and stable groupware solution including a Outlook-like web interface alternatively to the available POP3/IMAP/iCal/CalDav connectors.
Almost everything is already done, packages need to be build and pushed to the repository.
How To Test
No special testing except the regular package testing required.
See the detailed description above.
No new dependencies.
Just don't ship it :)
Fedora ships the Zarafa Open Source Collaboration: It provides an integration with existing Linux mail servers and a webaccess with 'Look & Feel' similar to Outlook using Ajax. Including an IMAP4 and a POP3 gateway as well as an iCal/CalDAV gateway, Zarafa can combine the usability with the stability and flexibility of a Linux server.