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What's up with OS X Lion Server?

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I have been trying to find some information on Lion Server. I am particularly interested in:
- Portable Home Directories and PHD Syncing: still there? changes/improvements?
- Accounts with e-mail only (no home directory): still possible?
- Virtual hosts in mail server and web server: still possible?
- New webmail replacement for Squirrelmail: how do I manage server side sorting on IMAP (now a Squirrelmail plugin)?
- Postfix still the MTA?
- IMAP still the same implementation?

Basically, I am worried Apple is going to drop Server for Cloud-based solutions.

And how does upgrading a 10.6.x Server (say a mini server) to Lion server work?
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MacOS X 10.7 Server will be available at the Mac App Store at a price less than you paid for MacOS X 10.5 (client). Your other concerns amount to running in fear from your own ghost stories.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Me View Post

MacOS X 10.7 Server will be available at the Mac App Store at a price less than you paid for MacOS X 10.5 (client). Your other concerns amount to running in fear from your own ghost stories.

And this is an answer in what sense?

There is little to no information available on OS X Lion Server, except maybe that Squirrelmail will be replaced by Roundcube. I am trying to find out what effect it will have on me and my users.

I don't understand why you mention the price. But paying $60 for something that doesn't suit my needs is actually worse than paying $500 for something that does.
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