Open-Xchange, the leading supplier of business-class email and groupware for cloud providers, announced today a partnership with Host Europe Group, a leader in domain name registration and web hosting in the U.K. and Germany, to bring free Open-Xchange webmail and Personal Information Management (PIM) to more than 1.4 million email accounts.
University of Salamanca in Spain selected Linux-based Open-Xchange for e-mail and groupware at its nine campus facilities. More than 30,000 students use Open-Xchange for e-mail and 2,700 faculty and administration use the Open-Xchange premium groupware package for e-mail, calendaring, information management and document sharing.
Following a successful pilot project, U.K.-based managed cloud services company iomart Group will migrate over 300,000 customer e-mail accounts to the Open-Xchange e-mail and collaboration platform, providing end users with a more feature-rich service.
Open-Xchange, a provider of business-class open source collaboration software, and SpamExperts, the leading provider of e-mail security solutions for ISPs (Internet Service Providers) and web-hosting companies, announce an agreeement to deliver integrated e-mail security to cloud providers that offer Open-Xchange groupware as a Service.
Open-Xchange announces availability of the latest release of software that enables hosters and SaaS providers to replace Plesk Webmail in shared hosting environments with Open-Xchange business-class e-mail and groupware, which provides users with additional PIM (Personal Information Management) features at no extra cost, as well as options to move to full groupware and support for their mobile dev
Open-Xchange announces availability of software that enables hosters and SaaS providers to replace Plesk Webmail in shared hosting environments with Open-Xchange business-class e-mail and groupware -- providing users with additional PIM (Personal Information Management) features at no extra cost with an option to move to full groupware, as well as support for mobile devices.
Open-Xchange announced today the availability of a completely redeveloped connector that enables users of its open source Open-Xchange e-mail and collaboration server to use Microsoft Outlook as the client software.