Kervin L. Pierre wrote:
It's good to hear thinks are moving along
Thank you. It has been a few years in the making. I am glad
things are moving with the OpenConnector project. A second alpha release
with an installer and everything. Congrats!
What does OSER use for a groupware server?
I presume you mean a calendar server?
My goal is target CalDAV as the calendaring
protocol. So if your server implements
CalDAV the connector should work.
OK. I figured as much. I am using http://www.phprojekt.com for a web
interface to notes/mail/calendar/bookmarks etc. I also am using
http://www.sync4j.com for SyncML support. Both of these have there own
Outlook plug-in (open source).
I have not really figured out what to do for Cal/Group dav support yet.
Since I am running Sync4j which uses Tomcat already I am thinking about
using Slide. What is the OpenConnector team using for a server?
Charles Wyble wrote:
I think that most of you know me already. My name is Charles Wyble
and I am the founder and project manager of the Open Source Exchange
Replacement Platform (http://www.thewybles.com/~charles/oser). The
goal of the OSER Platform is to provide a fully open source drop in
replacement for Microsoft Exchange. I would like to propose that the
OSER Platform become the reference implementation that OpenConnector
is tested against. I think it qualifies as "other open source
groupware server" :)
I am releasing Beta 1 of the OSER Platform tomorrow. I would
greatly appreciate if the OpenConnector developers would download and
install the software and evaluate its suitability for testing
OpenConnector against. The release should be out about 10:00 PM PST
I also plan to develop a way to automatically deploy/configure the
connector to OSER platform users once the connector reaches beta.
Using Samba TNG and a registry key / group policy/ profile. Most
likely some combination there of. I want users to be able to login and
have Outlook automatically configure itself using the connector.
Anyway thank you all very much for your time. Please let me know if
you have any questions about the platform.
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