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 Replacing NT: Sharing Address Books
Author: Peter 
Date:   14-11-00 20:24

Anyone know of a solution other than Microsoft Exchange Server and Netware that will allow my office to have a personal address book AS WELL as a shared addressbook?

I need to find a way to replace all the functionality of Windows NT (and Exchange's Email and Calendaring, file/print sharing) on Unix. With a web browser front end.

Think its possible? I can see solutoins in FreeBSD for everything except the shared addressbook. My office depends heavily on this feature of Microsoft Exchange which I want to format off the Server FOREVER!!!!

Tylenol and single malt scotch cocktails are a Windows users best friend.

Many Thanks!
Peter

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 RE: Replacing NT: Sharing Address Books
Author: icmpecho 
Date:   15-11-00 02:39

run openldap server

outlook 98+ and outlook express and
nes mail can use dirctory search



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 RE: Replacing NT: Sharing Address Books
Author: Michael Joyner 
Date:   16-11-00 05:23

could you supply a sample configuration.

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