[K12OSN] Calendaring solutions, anyone?
Ritchie, Josiah S.
jritchie at bible.edu
Fri Jul 1 16:41:33 UTC 2005
I'll second the Horde thing. Seems like horde is really getting things
together for a modular web-based groupware system. I've been happy with
it as a user and thinking about distributing it to students here.
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> Horde. http://www.horde.org
> Their calendar application (kronolith) sounds like exactly
> what you want.
> However, I'd recommend using their entire package (webmail,
> notes, tasks, address book, etc) over SquirrelMail. That way
> you'll have everything integrated in a nice one-stop application.
> AFAIK the current release of SME doens't include the newest
> release of Horde (which has shared calendars).
> Apparently this script
> will install the newest Horde in SME. (I haven't tried it).
> Jason Ingalls
> Ellsworth School Department
> IT Specialist
> 207-667-4722 Ext. 5529
> jingalls (at) ellsworthschools.org
> Quoting "Santiago, Nicholas" <nsantiago at caclv.org>:
> > Hi all--
> > Looking at switching our email over to open source. Looks
> like we're going
> > with an SME Server with SquirrelMail for that.
> > Our other concern is that since we're leaving an Exchange
> environment, we
> > need a shared calendar solution. I was looking at possibly
> outsourcing to a
> > company like Trumba <http://www.trumba.com/
> <http://www.trumba.com/> >, but
> > I was hoping to find something similar to it that is either
> cheap or free,
> > and we can host on-site. Anyone have any ideas?
> > -Nick
> > nicholassantiago
> > technical assistant
> > community action committee of the lehigh valley, inc.
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