Is it possible to store user contact/ address book in imap server?

John Hayward John.C.Hayward at
Mon Jul 14 17:02:52 EDT 2003

Horde - a popular webmail client has similar facilities - it saves the
info in a database and has some facilites to import/export contact lists
allowing users to migrate.  I'm not sure if it has distribution lists or
not.  turba is the contact package, there are also calendar, task lists
and memo facilities - The calendar currently has no group facility.


On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, James A. Pattie wrote:

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>daniel qian wrote:
>|  I wonder if there is a solution of this for Cyrus Imap like MS
>Outlook with
>|  Exchange. Many of my users like to have it because they access their
>|  both from office and home but they only want to maintain one copy of
>|  contacts.
>|  Best Regards,
>|  Daniel
>Check out the kroupware project at
>They use cyrus imapd, postfix, openldap and the kde pim packages to
>store contacts, notes and calendar entries in the imap server.  The
>"items" are just mime emails storing each entry's data in folders they
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