From: sean.odonnell at domain sentia.ie
Date: Thu 06 Jun 2002 - 11:48:07 IST
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.
From: Colm Buckley [mailto:colm at domain tuatha.org]
Sent: 06 June 2002 03:44
To: Sean O'Donnell; ilug at domain 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
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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