SLES10 Installer For Open-Xchange Server 5

An installer for Open-Xchange Server 5 for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 was released by Sterne&Co. LLC. This 64-bit installer was developed and funded by Sterne&Co. LLC in response to customer demand.

Until now, OpenExchange Server 5 was only available on SUSE Linux 9 or Red Hat 4. The SUSE Linux 10 installer was developed to enable businesses, schools, government institutions and non-profits to increase their productivity and performance by using the latest Novell open source distribution on 64-bit hardware from major manufacturers such as IBM, Dell, and HP.

Open-Xchange Server 5 is a cost-effective collaboration server solution based on Open Source components. At the same time Open-Xchange Server provides an open integration platform for collaboration services. With the latest versions of Open-Xchange Server you will receive significant improvement such as

  • Server Platform Independence
  • Multiple Administrators
  • Database independence
  • Administration Interface factored via XML-RPC
  • Extended WEBDAV/XML interface
  • Documents can be locked for editing
  • Improved Webmail

and a bunch of new features such as

  • OXtenders for Palm OS and Microsoft Outlook
  • Shared Folder Concept
  • New Contact Module
  • Attachments for Objects
  • Objects can be linked for quick retrieval
  • Multi language support

This installer is designed for new customers as well as existing customers who want to upgrade to an OX5 – SLES10 system. To get your free SLES 10 installer and documentation, please email sales (at), or visit this website for more information Existing Open-Xchange Server 5 customers only need to provide a valid maintenance key to get access to the installer and installation manual. Upon request, customers migrating from SLES9 to SLES10 will be provided with a data migration guide. If you need any assistance with the SLES10 installer or migration from SLES9, Sterne&Co. LLC offers remote installation / migration services for an hourly fee.

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