Scalix Posts Open Source E-Mail Components

Developers can download and try out Scalix's messaging services, installer, Mobile Web Client, and localization kit. Other components will be made available also.

Barbara Darrow, Contributor

October 10, 2006

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Scalix has officially posted the first components of its e-mail and calendaring software lineup for download.

In July, Scalix, which offers e-mail and calendaring for Linux, said it would offer the bulk of its components to the open source community. It is now making good on that promise.

Several components are now available on this Scalix Web site.

Developers can download, try out, and adapt Scalix messaging services, its installer, Mobile Web Client, and localization kit for their own use. Other components will be made available as well.

Scalix is hosting related resources including a community forum, wake, a knowledge base, bug-tracker, blogs, and frequently asked questions.

The San Mateo, Calif.-based company also just released a beta of 11 Enterprise, Small Business, and Community Editions.

Scalix, with roots in Hewlett-Packard OpenMail, positions itself as an enterprise-class Linux alternative to Microsoft Exchange Server or IBM's Domino.

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