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Re: [SOGo] SOGo-Integrator: Disable automatic conversion of personal addressbook+calendar?


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  • From: Florian Heese < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] SOGo-Integrator: Disable automatic conversion of personal addressbook+calendar?
  • Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 11:38:33 +0200

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Am Sonntag 30 Mai 2010 21:58 CEST, Martin Lehmann
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schrieb:

> Could one of the developers please answer? YES or NO would be enough so
> I don't need to review the whole Integrator code.
>
> Thx
> Martin
>
> Stephen Ingram wrote:
> > Martin Lehmann wrote:
> >
> >> is there a possibility in SOGo Integrator to disable the automatic
> >> conversion (and following removal) of Personal addressbooks and
> >> calendars? Can it be set via a variable or switch in the config files of
> >> the Integrator?
> >>
> >> I don't want to FORCE all people in our company to move there personal
> >> calendars and addressbooks to the server. It should be their choice!
> >>
> >> Maybe somebody wants to use only the company- and group-calendars from
> >> the server and would like to hold there personal calendar on its own PC.
> >
> > I think it is a really neat feature to be able to perform this address
> > book conversion (my jaw dropped the first time I installed Integrator
> > and saw it perform it's magic), but, like Martin, it's a little scary
> > that you *have* to do this. Not only that, Thunderbird typically
> > maintains a 'Collected Addresses' address book that automatically
> > saves addresses you manually type into an email. This functionality is
> > important to mimic the similar Outlook feature. It is disrupted after
> > the conversion as when you look into the 'Composition/Addressing'
> > option in Preferences, the 'Automatically add outgoing e-mail
> > addresses to my:' option is blank and cannot be set. I suspect this is
> > because the feature only works with local address books (I wouldn't
> > want these addresses in my SOGo addressbook anyway).
> >
> > Of course you can create a local address book after the Integrator
> > install and then go into the prefs.js file and manually fill-in the
> > local address book name, but this is clearly not the best user
> > experience.
> >
> > Without removing the feature, perhaps there is a way to offer the
> > 'option' to do the addressbook conversion?
> >
> > Steve



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