tahnk you for your answer Mihamina.
hmm, i've seen this product you proposed, but i looked somewhat to basic to
me and I am running cps and havent found anything about combining cps and
plone yet, so I had no easy test possibility.
LDAP sounds great, the more I look for an solution the more often I see the
word LDAP. My impression is, that the integration of zope and LDAP is not
quite easy (in order to have a nice addressbook) and many people want to
have it, but few already succeeded.
I found the LDAP Directory Manager (zope product) it sounds quite nice, but
hasent been updatend for years, though.
Any experiences and suggestions for a nice LDAP-solution?
Mihamina (R12y) Rakotomandimby wrote:
> On Tuesday 20 March 2007 11:39, Frank Drews wrote:
>> I have realy searched for a nice addressbook product for a couple two
>> days now. I dont find anything suitable. I need it for a collaboration
>> plattform running on zope, cmf. I like zope very much and am looking for
>> a shared addressbook.
>> Anybody any experiences or suggestions?
>> What would be realy great, but no must-have feature for me would be an
>> integration of the user-data and some permission features to set (who
>> can view/write which addresses)..
>> Imho a shared addressbook (both for userdata and external contacts) is
>> the most important missing feature to make zope a very powerfull
>> groupware-portal (forums, mails, calender, documents, workflow, wiki,
>> chat ... all already very nice).
> What's wrong with this?
> Anyway, while CPS was not turned to Java it had a nice basic addressbook.
> Ithink you could also consider setting up an LDAP directory and then put
> LDAP backend to "query" it.
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