From: John P. Looney (john at domain antefacto.com)
Date: Tue 22 May 2001 - 18:10:51 IST
On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 05:34:17PM +0100, Eoin Verling mentioned:
> Just a quick question ... I'm running sendmail as our mail server on
> linux, and all our users are using Outlook 2000. To get things like
> centralised address books and shared calendars working, functions that
> exchange server can do (i think, never used it) .. is there an
> alternative to exchange? Just wondering what other people do in their
There isn't an alternative that's all-in-one package. For centralised
address books, you need an LDAP server. Mozilla, Outlook and Mutt can all
get mail aliases from an LDAP server. You can even get Win2k and Linux to
authenticate from that.
As for shared calendars - there are manyweb based ones. Take your pick. I
don't honestly know if they integrate with LDAP though.
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