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Old 23rd October 2007, 22:33
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Default possible kolab integration

would it be possible to integrate kolab groupware with ispconfig? anybody know of a how to on this? how hard/simple it would be. has anyone had success with it?
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egroupware kind of works
horde is easy to install but no docs on making it a real groupware that I could see. Great email/calendar/address book app.
could run citadel in vmware?
zimbra too?
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Default Citadel in vmware

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could run citadel in vmware?
Yes. Not only can you run Citadel in VMware, but the Citadel download site even offers a pre-built server appliance that you can download. Just point your VMware player at it and go. It couldn't be easier.

http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/installation:appliance
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