By Deane Barker on July 11, 2003 Complements OpenOffice: A group of open-source folks are looking to torpedo Exchange:

“‘Just to be perfectly clear, this is an MS Exchange take-out,’ said Gary Frederick, leader of the Groupware Project, in a statement. ‘OGo is important because it’s the missing link in the open source software stack. It’s the end of a decade-long effort to map all the key infrastructure and standard desktop applications — including the Web server (Apache), the OS (GNU/Linux, the BSD’s), the browser (Mozilla, Konqueror, Opera), the office suite ( 1.1, KOffice, AbiWord), and the groupware applications (Evolution, KMail, Netscape/Mozilla Mail) — to free software.”