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KDE Kontact

   1.1.1  

KDE Groupware/PIM

Score 81%
KDE Kontact
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Link:  http://kontact.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  8247
Submitted:  Feb 4 2004
Updated:  Jun 10 2005

Description:

KDE Kontact is a PIM (Personal Information Management) suite. It provides an email client, calendaring, meeting scheduling, a task list, contact management and syncing functionality by integrating existing KDE PIM applications (called components in the context) using the powerful KParts technology. Most components are applications that have been shipped with KDE for a long time, and are thus very mature.




Changelog:

http://www.kde.org/announcements/changelogs/changelog3_4to3_4_1.php#kdepim




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 Klotzsche

 
 by elektroschock on: Feb 4 2004
 
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Dresden-Klotzsche? I thought the name was invented by Heinrich Mann's great narration "Gretchen"? However Klotzsche may sound like a KDE app.


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 Re: Klotzsche

 
 by Netshocker on: Jun 23 2004
 
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Dresden Klotzsche is a part of the city dresden in germany.

Like New York City Manhatten...

Kind Regards ;)


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 how to share Kontact

 
 by canalegrande on: Jul 21 2004
 
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how do you share calendar & address book function in a small lan with 5 - 15 participants ?
If I put an appointment I would like to share this with my collegues and vice versa.
I'd like to know a simple app. security is no issue here.
Any recommendation?


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 Re: how to share Kontact

 
 by anderslund on: Mar 19 2005
 
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Korganizer (which is part of contact) allows you to keep multiple calendars, so you can just put a calendar in a place where it is visible to everybody on your lan, and let them share it. Everyone can just use the 'Add...' button on bottom left of the calendar view (or add the calendar from the configuration dialog).

Just make sure the events you want to share are 'public'.

To let others add events to a shared calendar, simply make the calendar resource writable by them using the standard methods of your environment (file permissions).


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 Re: Re: how to share

 
 by canalegrande on: Mar 24 2005
 
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Good idea, if you have Linux only clients, afaik. We still have some windows boxes too. So I tried eGroupware but we find it a bit sluggish.
If I put a date in Kalendar it appears twice for ex...


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 Re: Re: how to share

 
 by kaengo on: Aug 4 2006
 
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Hello,
let me jump onto this thread .... ;-)

I did this
(share a calendar with other users),
but always when a user edits the
calendar (using Kontact),
the permissions are set to rw------,
(following the ,umask 77' in my .bashrc)

Does somebody know how to fix ?

Thanks.

H.Steffen


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 Suggestion Features

 
 by grosminet64 on: Sep 15 2004
 
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Great application!

I guess you would welcome some suggestions among these:

1-To have the possibility to group messages by subject/sender/etc in expandaple view (clicking on the + sign).
2-To have the possibillity to drag shortcuts to executables in the navigation bar.
3-To have the possibility to drag shortcuts to files in the navigation bar so people could acces their Documents faster.
4-To have the possibility to send an electronic FAX from Kontact.
5-A must: to have the possibility to customise that famous navigation bar!
(i.e.: to be able to remove some features and add others among a choice).
Keep up the excellent work!


-vondoberman
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 Konqueror tab.

 
 by SubAtomic on: Dec 10 2004
 
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I love kontact and it runs 24/7 on my machine. I love it. My life would be complete if I were able to use kontact as a tab in konqueror. Konqueror is my desktop these days.

This is a beautiful application. Thanks very much.


"Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons." -- Popular Mechanics, 1949.
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 features

 
 by rickvernam on: Nov 18 2005
 
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Maybe this is not he best place to mention ideas for usability?

anyway...

I'd love if I could link to an email from a note, or from a task, or from an event (in the calendar of course..)
Very often I get an email, but cannot act on it immediately, so i create a task, a note or a calendar event. I'd like to reserve the area in the note, task or calendar event for my thoughts or something to remind me of whatever, but then link to the email...
This would come in very handy when I want a task/note/event to link to an email with an attachment - it is quite often that I need to refer to something that is attached to an email...but just want to leave it attached to the email & not anywhere else in my file system.


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 Expmail from Kontact

 
 by raffaello on: Aug 29 2006
 
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Hi, I'm trying to export all the mail from Kontact at the same time. Is there a funcion to do it? Thanks


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