alecshaw at rapidwave.net
Sat Sep 9 13:39:19 MDT 2006
My ISP uses zimbra and while I was out of town I tried to read email a
friends machine (windows 2000) over
a dial up line. Zimbra downloads over 1Mb just for the interface and
then would not work for me. On
calling the support line I was told I would have to upgrade DirectX
which I did but Zimbra still didn't work.
Zimbra may be fine over fast connections on new machines but I was very
upset not to be able to read my
email while I was away. A web interface would have been nice.
Stuart Jansen wrote:
>On Thu, 2006-09-07 at 14:28 -0600, Barry Roberts wrote:
>>Only a partial hijack, but I'm considering putting opengroupware.org
>>on my server because my server is too slow/small for zimbra. If
>>anybody has any experience with OGo, I would love to hear that as
>We use it at work. I don't like it. Great new features have been "just
>around the corner" for too long. The interface is cumbersome. It's
>buggy. Sometimes events have to be recreated because ogo decides to
>suddenly deny access to them.
>Zimbra must be a beast, because ogo sure isn't lightweight.
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