OT: Re: How many people to admin a Cyrus system?

Scott M. Likens damm at yazzy.org
Tue Nov 13 15:14:40 EST 2007

I was using a Tomcat based CalDAV Server.  for awhile, I forget what 
it's name was.  However I have actually been using the CalDav server 
from apple lately (see url 1 in the the quote).  It's been quite pleasant. 

I am sure there is better, there is worse.  They have a great love of 
python that is for sure. 


Rudy Gevaert wrote:
> Scott M. Likens wrote:
>> Have you ever looked at some of the CalDAV Servers out there?
>> I'll save you some time,
>> http://trac.macosforge.org/projects/calendarserver
>> http://rscds.sourceforge.net/
>> As well as,
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/modcaldav/
>> Truthfully, you don't need Cyrus to support a Calendar.  Because in all 
>> honesty, it's unrelated to mail.  If you use Kerberos, LDAP, AD, MySQL 
>> for Authentication.  Take a look at one of those, tie in that 
>> authentication and you're done.  Then depending on which one you choose, 
>> you can have users share their calendars or not.
>> ... There is enough F/OSS out there to emulate everything you can get 
>> with Exchange, and/or any other 'Enterprise' Mail System.  No it's not 
>> as seamless as Exchange, but it works just fine and it's an open 
>> standard.  You'll find lots more CalDav Servers, and software in the 
>> next 6months to a year.
> Well I'm impressed, I didn't know it would already be possible.  I'll 
> keep an eye on those projects.  When I have some time I'll give them a 
> closer look!
> Are you running any calendar server?
> Rudy

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