[Kolab-devel] Webclient Status (was: Whats bad with Webmin?)
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Tue Feb 24 23:07:35 CET 2004
For all who would be interested:
1) The webclient now supports Meeting Requests, Free/Busy time checking and
Calendar Sharing (plus Out-Of-Office, Forwarding, Password Changing, Notes, Contacts,
2) We are also using a PHP accelerator which makes the experience very pleasant.
Our target release date is the 1st of March, but as it is with these things, this timeline
might get bounced out...
You can already find a lot of our work in Horde CVS if you are interested (a lot of
the work has already been merged, as we do not want to maintain a fork of the Horde
Web Client like with previous releases).
On Wednesday 25 February 2004 02:53, Maarten Stolte wrote:
> Stephan Buys wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >Just wondering if it would be worthwhile investigating Webmin for the management
> >of the Kolab server? I have never liked/used webmin but it seems to be recurring
> >theme with my clients.
> same here, not on the clients though, but on other people on irc asking
> me about it etc.
> >Users like webmin because they can manage Postfix mail queues, etc. through it.
> >It should also in theory be easy to extend Webmin to include plugins for
> >Kolab-specific tasks.
> yep, there are lots of plugins, and thus it is probably very possible
> for kolab too
> >Seeing that one of Kolab's design were that it "not re-invent the wheel", ie. use
> >proven components like Postfix, OpenLDAP, etc., maybe it makes sense to use
> >something like Webmin for administration of the server?
> i'm all for it.
> I'd also like to (again) ask if there is any progress on the webclient,
> and on the native linux clients, and on the native redhat derived rpms
> some company from Canada was working on iirc.
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