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January 1, 2009

GroupDAV for thunderbird with lightning

Filed under: CIO,DARPA,open source — Sagacious Himself @ 12:14 pm

GroupDAV for thunderbird with wcap flavored lightning

.

http://inverse.ca/contributions/sogo_connector.html

This extension transforms Thunderbird into a full DAV client for
groupware servers such as SOGo, OpenGroupware.org or Citadel. It does
this by adding support for remote DAV address books and by adding
features to be used along with the Lightning calendar extension.

http://sogo-demo.inverse.ca/

Alternatively, you can access SOGo with a GroupDAV and a CalDAV client. A typical well-integrated setup is to use Mozilla Thunderbird and Lightning (make sure to fetch the wcap-enabled version) along with Inverse’s SOGo Connector plugin to synchronize your address books and the Inverse’s SOGo Integrator plugin to provide a complete integration of the features of SOGo into Thunderbird.

:: servers

http://sogo.opengroupware.org/index.html

http://citadel.org/doku.php

http://scalix.com/enterprise/technology/swa.php

:: clients

http://groupware.openoffice.org/glow/

:: standards

http://groupdav.org/implementations.html

http://calconnect.org/calendaringstandards.shtml

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