You could try Samsung Contact, which is based on HP OpenMail. That does
calendaring, journalling etc. The client just believes that it's connected
to an Exchange server.
Check out http://www.samsungcontact.com for details and white papers.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sean.odonnell at sentia.ie [mailto:sean.odonnell at sentia.ie]
> Sent: 06 June 2002 11:47
> To: colm at tuatha.org; ilug at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [ILUG] calendar
>>> I''m pretty much stuck with outlook for the time being,
> I've seen the bynari server, and the exchange replacement howto.
> but I'm not giving up on calendaring yet. Apparently its possible
> to write a 'outlook proxy', ie it runs on the local machine, outlook
> is pointed at it, and it converts the mapi calls to calls to your
> own calendering/contacts/whatever,(i think this is how the bynari
> connector/evolution connectors work).
> So I'm looking into mapi and seeing if there is any potential in that.
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Colm Buckley [mailto:colm at tuatha.org]
> Sent: 06 June 2002 03:44
> To: Sean O'Donnell; ilug at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [ILUG] calendar
>>> On Thursday 06 June 2002 11:38, you wrote:
>> > I'm trying to figure out a way to replace outlook/exchange on our
> > network, I've got it all figured out except for calendaring. Anyone
> > know of any calendar servers for linux (preferably free).
>> If you're wedded to Outlook at the client end, you're out of look - as
> far as I know there are know free servers which reproduce Exchange's
> calendar/tasklist functionality.
>> We're looking hard at Bynari Insight Connector
> (http://www.bynari.net/bynari/insightcon.html) which is a plugin for
> Outlook which allows Exchange-like functionality on better servers.
>> If you're not wedded to Outlook, there's lots of things. Look on
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