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RE: Integration with Outlook
So, judging by the deafening silence in terms of responses,
I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess that there is no way to
duplicate Exchange Server style shared address books with
OpenLDAP? Anyone? Bueller?
> I also would be _very_ interested to find any
> useful information about
> this. Is there any documentation about this on
> the 'net which people can
> point to?
> On Thursday, November 1, 2001, at 11:59 pm, Barley wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > A while back, I got fairly involved with
> OpenLDAP in hopes
> > that I could integrate it with Outlook to
> perform the shared
> > address book functionality of Exchange Server.
> I never got
> > it to work. Here's what I'm looking for:
> > A contact list that looks and feels like any
> other contact
> > list to the users of Outlook
> > Address completion (when typing email addresses)
> > The ability to work on and offline - ideally to
> take changes
> > made while offline and resolve them
> intelligently with the
> > LDAP server.
> > The ability to edit contacts from Outlook
> > I'd give some of those up if others would work. So, can
> > anyone point me in the right direction, or
> better yet tell
> > me in no uncertain terms to what degree this
> kind of tight
> > integration with Outlook/LDAP is possible? Any pointers,
> > tips, or success stories would be greatly appreciated.
> > Please, help me keep our Linux server! ;)
> > Gregg