Scalix Enterprise Groupware Adds Debian, Ubuntu Support

New Scalix 12.1 alternative to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Notes extends experimental support to popular Debian & Ubuntu Linux distributions

NEW YORK, NY — March 10th, 2014 — Scalix, the award-winning Linux email, group calendaring, and messaging company, today announced the new Scalix 12.1 alternative to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Notes, with experimental support for popular Debian & Ubuntu Linux distributions, plus native 64-bit Outlook support. The new release provides global cloud-based email, calendaring, and messaging for companies large and small.

“The Scalix community is characterized by remarkable diversity, and we are excited to be extending support to all of the popular Linux distributions,” said Andreas Typaldos, CEO of Scalix. “We invite Debian and Ubuntu administrators to download and try Scalix, and then send us your feedback to help us perfect the user experience.”

Key features of the Scalix 12.1 groupware release include:

• 64-bit support for Outlook 2010 & 2013

• Access via smartphones and tablets, including support for all the latest browsers

• Clients of choice with Cal Dav and open standards support

• No vendor lock in due to support for leading Linux distros and LDAP

• Mobile ActiveSync connection to email, calendars, and contacts

• Delegated administration

• Scalix AntiSpam and ZeroHour AntiVirus

Scalix 12.1 is available for immediate download

The latest Enterprise Edition and Community Edition of Scalix 12.1 are available for immediate download from A free, 30-day trial is also available, as well as information on Scalix technology and partner opportunities.

About Scalix

Scalix is the most field-proven Linux-based email, calendaring and messaging software that significantly expands the proven and successful HP OpenMail product on which it is based. Scalix delivers premier enterprise collaboration for standalone and hosting environments, reducing the cost and complexity of messaging and fostering freedom of choice with products based on open standards and open source. Scalix, Inc. is headquartered in New York, with international offices in London, Frankfurt, Mumbai, and Tokyo. For more information, please visit