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  1. #1
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    Default Open-Xchange on Windows

    A time ago somebody one the IRC made a joke if Open-Xchange is able to run on Microsoft Windows, well... after half an hour of investigating...

    Code:
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: Open-Xchange 6.0
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: (c) Open-Xchange Inc. , Open-Xchange GmbH
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: Windows XP x86 5.1
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: 1.6.0_02-b06
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: VM Total Memory       : 196.160 KB
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: VM Free Memory        : 194.440 KB
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: VM Used Memory        : 1.720 KB
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: System version : Open-Xchange Server [0] initializing ...
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: Server Footprint : -2037117995
    14.10.2007 00:37:50 Starter <init>
    INFO: Initializing servlet instances
    Works quite perfect

    Next step is to get a IIS running with the Apache JServ Protocol, a MSSQL Database Backend and a Microsoft Exchange Server for E-Mail... but... well any donations?
    Last edited by Martin Heiland; 10-14-2007 at 01:45 PM.

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    Well you could use David Harris' Mercury server, which
    would be free for testing and non-profits and is available to commercial sites
    at much lower cost than Exchange also has it's own IMAP server...plus if you had Exchange why would you need Ox? Apache/Tomcat runs quite well on Windows also so no need for IIS.

  3. #3
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    Of course, i could also use cygwin to run all required software without using ported software. This is not a very serious project, i just wanted to find out if it works and what is required, installing mysql and apache on windows is no real challange

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