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Groupware pricing
  Posted by  Rik Vanderschalie  on Thursday, October 18, 2007 at 4:11:42 AM (EST)
A new beta was announced. The mail also contained a release date and pricing information.
The lowest price is $299.95 for a 10-user version.

Ive been using Lansuite for a couple of years now, in a Home/small office situation. Ive been very satisfied with the 5-user version, and paying the price for the anti-virus version has never bothered me.

A 10 user version for $299.95 is overkill for me. I would be willing to pay $150.00 for a 5-user version. Even though I like the new functionality, Im seriously considering switching to a cheaper alternative.
  Posted by J.h. Roza  on Thursday, October 18, 2007 at 6:53:57 AM (EST)
I agree.
Lansuite is still my favorite but it seems that 602software is trying to get rid of the home users and is concentrating solely on corporations.
First they drop the free 5-user version and force home users to buy an overkill solution (most hardly need 10 users for a home network) and now even the prices are beyond the average home user.
If there will be no lower pricing for - let's say a 5-user version - then I too will be compelled to look for other solutions.
A pity as even for home users Lansuite is the best solution. I hate to start using Apache and all kind off other stuff but it sure looks to me as this will be the only possible future.
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