Beaujolais wrote:Don't wait for miracles, those are in fairy tales only.
I've already moved most of my clients off Scalix, last one to be done in couple months.
eddieedwards wrote:In regards to Google Apps, I moved our organization over earlier this year. Pretty satisfied with it, despite my nervousness about not having an email server here on site (although it actually has its advantages too). I had a small (50) user base and after having a few problems with the IMAP migration tools that Google provides, I purchased a tool from Cloud Technology Solutions that works with Scalix. Had a couple of problems migrating due to bugs, but those were quickly rectified and no data was lost. Only one user had a problem during the migration, and that was due to her having 2,500(!) Outlook folders.
I didn't want to blatantly plug them, but since you asked: http://www.cloudsolutions.co.uk/resources/migration-tool/scalix/ It's not strictly an IMAP tool and while notes aren't supported, mail and calendars are. Contacts were a problem and I had to use PST export/imports for those in most cases. Ask them up front about this; maybe they have fixed it. They have a fully operational trial version that is limited to one or two users so you can do some testing without committing any money. Their support was very good as well and the price was well worth it.
And now that I think of it, I *did* have some emails go missing, but I later determined that to be due to the user having slashes in folder names. (I was able to change the file names and retrieve the mail.) The developers may have worked around that by now, but if you go this route, examine folder names for odd characters ahead of time to be safe.
anybody wrote:In my opinion this graph answers the question of this Thread "Where's Scalix 11.5 ?": It doesn't really exist
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Oxymoron:~ florian$ telnet scalixmail.xandros.com 25
Connected to scalixmail.xandros.com.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 scalixmail.xandros.com ESMTP Scalix SMTP Relay 22.214.171.12480; Fri, 14 Oct 2011 03:32:25 -0400 (EDT)
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