Opinions on Scalix or other solutions as a linux groupware solution
I'm at a company with about 70 people and growing, researching a groupware alternative to Exchange that will run on linux.
Most users are running outlook so a strong outlook connector will be needed.
I'm looking at scalix at the moment because of the outlook conector and because it will run on Suse. Zimbra network edition will only run on red hat enterprise currently and our admin abhors it.
I've looked at Horde, but Icalendar support isn't fully integrated til outllook2007. I tried the kerio mail server out on a windows machine, You can share calendars/contacts/folders from the web and through the outlook conector. Although it works, I'd rather have a more seemless outlook sharing experience which I hear Scalix provides.
Is anyone running scalix or another compreable alternative in a business setting with any opinions on this solution? Outlook integration? Mobile access?
Thanks in advance-