Getting OpenChange appliance¶
The easiest way to get an openchange system up and running for development or evaluation is to use a pre-built virtual machine.
Follow the instructions available in the OpenChange Appliance Installation Tutorial.
Install OpenChange from source¶
Follow the instructions in this guide which explains HowTo Install OpenChange From Source.
Follow the instructions in this guide which explains HowTo Setup OpenChange Server.
Follow the instructions in this guide which explains HowTo Setup OpenChange Client.
Follow the instructions in this guide which explains HowTo Setup Outlook with OpenChange Server.
OpenChange Server Documentation¶
- mapiproxy and mapistore: http://mapiproxy.openchange.org
OpenChange API Documentation¶
- client libraries: http://apidocs.openchange.org
The OpenChange project scope includes both implementing the "as documented" protocols from Microsoft, and also investigating and verifying the protocol (and its documentation). See Protocol Information.
The OpenChange project has a strong commitment to appropriate infrastructure. A description of some of it is available in OpenChange Project Infrastructure.
- HowTo Install OpenChange From Source
- HowTo Setup OpenChange Server
- HowTo Setup OpenChange Client
- HowTo Setup Outlook with OpenChange Server
- HowTo Install OpenChange Appliance
- HowTo install an Exchange test lab
Development status and tips¶
The Client Side Function list shows where we are up to with particular Remote Operations. You can also look on the Issues list.