Review: SuSE Linux eMail Server III - page 6
Introducing SuSE Linux eMail Server III
SuSE's Linux eMail Server III is certainly feature-rich and has a snazzy GUI interface, but it seems to be missing some features that I personally consider vital. I would never dream of sitting a non-techie down to set up accounts or handle other issues from the administrative account, but SuSE does not claim that non-techies should be able to do so. At the same time, most people who can use a web browser should be able to work with the user side of the GUI, which is a definite plus.
I wasn't actually able to get into all of the features, especially the calendaring/scheduling end of things. If you're curious, go to SuSE's web site (www.suse.com) and download the SuSE Linux eMail Server III manual, which the company has made freely available in the product materials. Those who want heavily integrated spam and virus protection will want to look closely to see if they can achieve their goals with this product, some additional programs or a different solution may be necessary.
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