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Re: [SOGo] using Free/Busy in Thunderbird


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  • From: Silver Salonen < >
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  • Cc: Christian Mack < >
  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] using Free/Busy in Thunderbird
  • Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 13:50:11 +0300
  • Organization: Serverock Systems OÜ

On Monday 15 April 2013 18:24:20 Christian Mack wrote:
> Am 2013-04-15 11:44, schrieb Silver Salonen:
> > Hi.
> >
> > I now tried Thunderbird Integrator and in there my calendars are
> > automatically provided for me and I see my colleagues' Free/Busy
> > information too.
> >
> > Some questions remain though.
> >
> > On Friday 12 April 2013 17:15:14 Silver Salonen wrote:
> >> On Friday 12 April 2013 13:35:27 Marc Patermann wrote:
> >>> Silver Salonen schrieb (12.04.2013 10:37 Uhr):
> >>>> 1) "Free / Busy URL field in the address book" - I just can't find
> >>>> it, where is it?
> >>> Where did you find that phrase?
> >>
> >> In "SOGo Mozilla Thunderbird Configuration.pdf" document
> >
> > I still can't find the Free/Busy URL field.
> >
> >>>> 3) Is there a way to add an address book with all existing users to
> >>>> Thunderbird? The target is to get calendar planning working properly,
> >>>> so that all the users could see other users' free/busy information.
> >>>> Free/Busy works fine through web interface, but actually I can't find
> >>>> a list with existing users from there either.
> >>>
> >>> On first start SOGo pulls the personal address book and copies it to an
> >>> SOGo remote address book by default.
> >>
> >> On first start of what? SOGo Integrator?
> >
> > I've still not found an addressbook that would contain all the local
> > users of SOGo server - not even in web interface. Does such an
> > addressbook exist?
> >
>
> That depends on your server configuration.
> If you use LDAP as user source, and have it set as isAddressBook = YES;
> then you will see a global address book.
> It seems to be empty, but you can search in it.
> Just use the search field on the right side of the webinterface.
>
> That is also true for Thunderbird.

Hi.

What if we don't use LDAP? Is it possible to see a global address book in
that case?

--
Silver



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