I'm trying to migrate my Windows server environment to a Linux one.
Right now, the remaining server is a domain controller and Exchange
server. I've heard Samba can act as a Windows domain controller, but
since Exchange requires being on a Windows DC, I can't make that move yet.
Are there any Exchange-type servers available for Linux? Here's what I
MS Outlook to connect (ability to use a single domain user logon in
Windows is a must -- i.e. I log into my XP workstation with a domain
account, and I fire up Outlook, and it connects with those credentials)
Rules for auto-sorting of mail into folders (should let you use Outlook's
"rules wizard" for setting up rules on the server).
Ability to open other users' mail/calendar/contacts (administration &
I think the rest of the features I can live without, seeing as how I
haven't used them yet.
Price is a major consideration (as always), so the cheaper, the better
(and free is best).
The only thing I've tried so far is (IIRC) HP's OpenMail server, but it
didn't quite work right (e.g. the text-only e-mail support w/o
attachments). My own searches have proved fruitless (although I have
found ways to connect Linux *clients* to an Exchange *server*, but that's
backwards from what I want).