Community Edition: Scalix Connect for Evolution
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Transparent, full-function support for Novell Evolution users.
If you’ve already invested in Evolution client applications, you likely want to protect that investment. Or, since Evolution is a Linux-based desktop client, you may be considering it for your Linux desktop users, such as your engineering staff. Our Evolution connector, Scalix Connect for Evolution, natively supports IMAP and iCal and enables the full range of functionality offered by Evolution.
We provide rich interoperability between Evolution, Outlook, and Scalix Web Access, regardless of desktop OS or browser. This enables users to work interchangeably between their web and desktop clients for a fully synchronized view of their mail, calendar and contact data. You don’t have to retrain Evolution users when you migrate their mailboxes to the Scalix Mail Server, as their Evolution functionality is not impacted.A sample of our supported Evolution functionality includes:
- Rich Text Format (RTF) message formatting
- Offline email folder synchronization (IMAP offline mode)
- Group calendaring including free/busy lookup
- Client- and server-based rules for automated management of incoming mail
- Public folders
- Folder management and sorting
- Public distribution lists
- Full Evolution address book & contacts
The source code for Scalix Connect for Evolution is available for download, use and distribution under the GPL license:
- Binary Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and Fedora Core 4
In addition, the latest source for Scalix Connect for Evolution may be downloaded from the GNOME CVS.
Evolution operates in two modes, depending on Scalix user type. It provides email and personal calendaring to Standard Users. All of the Evolution group calendaring and collaboration features are available to Premium Users.