Over the next few months I could put some real effort into things. I'm
still in the process of establishing what Scalix can do, for example.
Over the two weeks or so, practically zero. got a wedding and a
hundredth birthday. neither of which are mine but involve large &
complex gatherings :)
1. Be able to build the current OC source snap. I pulled trunk using SVN.
2. Get the connector running in parallel with the Scalix binary - a
Linux box is possibly easier to use for inspecting packets. I also have
Ex03 running here on W2003.
3. Asking questions. So:
What role does the current data layer play in OC?
Please point me to any relevant URLs for docs I can read in the interim.
Kervin Pierre wrote:
This is great news. How much time do you believe you can put towards
The most important work needed at this time is the figuring out how
Outlook loads and uses a shared calendar. Coincidently, this is why
the Exchange MAPI SDK was pulled in. I don't think much or any of it
is used except for the header files.
Figuring that out would require really good IDA Pro skills; No or
The libraries used are from the Exchange MAPI download. I think it's
now, but I can't confirm on my current computer. I have Ex2kSdk.lib,
Ex2KSdkD.lib and sadapi.lib in the ExchangeSDK\Lib folder.
Another thing that I would like to do is to move the data layer from
C++/SQLite to C#/SQL Server Compact and use COM+ to communicate with
Outlook. If we can get the performance we need for from that setup
then that would help with getting new developers in the future.
*From:* g...@novadsp.com [mailto:g...@novadsp.com]
*Sent:* Tuesday, July 21, 2009 5:17 PM
*To:* Kervin Pierre
*Subject:* Re: [otlkcon-devel] Status?
I can actively participate in development - I'm trying to establish
what OC needs to get built. Which Exchange SDK are you using for the
current release? Although the calendar aspect is good I'm most keen to
get shared tasks up & running.
Sadly cannot help with funding - indeed could use some myself :)
When I get Zimbra configured I will get a chance to test their
connector - right now it's an MX mess :\
Any info gratefully received
Kervin Pierre wrote:
I am unable to put in anytime into the project at this time, and no
one has stepped in to continue or fund development. So I would have
to say the project is stalled until this situation changes.
Open Connector is primarily a CalDAV connector. So I think your best
bet would be to go with one of the commercial offerings out there like
Zimbra Connector or ZideOne.
*From:* g...@novadsp.com <mailto:g...@novadsp.com> [mailto:g...@novadsp.com]
*Sent:* Monday, July 20, 2009 10:03 AM
*Subject:* [otlkcon-devel] Status?
I'm trying to establish the status of this project -
Can anyone tell me which parts of the Exchange SDK are required to
build the connector DLL?
Has anyone had good results using the connector with Linux servers
like Zimbra or Citadel?
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