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RE: web address book

Thanks for the replies. I think I'm going to give the Horde package a shot;
we are currently running Outlook as an imap client to a Cyrus server, and if
I can find a suitable webmail package that has all the features we currently
implement (shared calendaring and folders, meeting scheduling) I would be
extrememly happy to get rid of Outlook.
Thanks again  --  John

-----Original Message-----
From: Edwin Culp [mailto:eculp@encontacto.net]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 2:08 PM
To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
Subject: Re: web address book
Importance: High

Quoting Mike Forsman <mikef@newmorningwindows.com>:

 | John Green wrote:
 | >Just looking for some quick advice: I'm looking to set up a company
 | >directory on our intranet using OpenLDAP, running on a PHP-enabled
 | >webserver.  A few choices: ldap-abook, rolodap, web2ldap.  Has anyone
 | >these, or others?  I would prefer open source software, but any
 | >are welcome.

I would suggest you take a look at turba in the horde/imp family of apps.
Also has the best O.S. webmail app, a great shared calendar, memos,
tasks, bookmarks, comics and several other apps.  Extremely well
designed and developed framework.


 | I installed Rolodap in June of this year. None of the users have made
 | use of it after the initial transfer from Exchange.
 | I'm still trying to figure out whether it's because it's too difficult
 | to use, or we just don't update profiles that often. It
 | seems allright to me.
 | Mike Forsman