james at thelances.net
Mon Sep 18 13:20:15 MDT 2006
Try www.scalix.com, they have a really nice email/calendaring system. I set
it up and really liked it, but I didn't want to give up my procmail rules to
use it. The system uses sendmail and a whole host of custom apps for
calendering, pop, imap etc.
The web interface is really slick, one of the better visual webmail clients
that I have seen.
On Thursday 14 September 2006 1:52 pm, Kimball Larsen wrote:
> I know, I know, it's basically one of the holy grails of small
> business, but here is what I'm after:
> We have 2 employees who use macs, several who use windows. They all
> need to share calendars/todos, and we need to allow one employee (the
> office manager) to set up appts/etc for everyone else.
> They are all willing to use Outlook/Entourage/iCal/whatever to do it,
> as long as it works well.
> We are looking for something that will allow the folks with laptops
> to see their schedule even though they are not connected to the
> internet (ie, no web-only solutions will work), but allow it to get
> updates to their calendars whenever they do connect.
> We are pretty anti-microsoft here, but have plenty of Linux to go
> Anyone have any suggestions for sharing all this info that mere
> mortals can set up?
> For a bonus round - I'd also like to get shared contacts set up in
> similar fashion.
> -- Kimball
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