Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Nov 2006 20:25 UTC, submitted by segedunum
Novell and Ximian In a posting to the Hula mailing list, Novell has stated that it is no longer providing full-time developers to work on Hula. Hula was unleashed in February 2005 to much fanfare. Things seem to have been quite recently, despite the news that iFolder and Hula would be combined into something called Maui.
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RE: What options are there now?
by wibbit on Thu 30th Nov 2006 09:42 UTC in reply to "What options are there now?"
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So, what alternatives are there? Outlook/Exchange is out for me, no Windows machines. Need everything to be accessible from the web, or via a mail client/calendar client.

Have you looked in to the horde project?

I have been using it for a while, and found it to be a very useful system.

They support shared calendars/ tasks/ notes/ address book, and a host of other quite handy features.

The only REAL downside as far as I am concerned, is that their calendar/tasks are not updatable outside of the horde environment (which is web based).

It also has hooks in to kolab, which I believe would allow updates from outside of Horde, but I've not tested that.

Let me know if you have any other questions, I may be able to help.

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