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How do I set up a global address book for webmail

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by msslovi0, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. msslovi0

    msslovi0 Guest

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    The question's already in the subject: How do I set up an address book, that can be accessed and updated by every user on the server? Currently, I only can find a private address book and 'My Address Book'. But what I want is a public address book...

    Matt
     
  2. Alcedema

    Alcedema Guest

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    If you use ./conf.pl in the config directory (under the webmail directory) which is most likely at: /usr/share/squirrelmail/config/conf.pl you will see a Database menu (type 9 and press enter).

    That's the global address book settings which uses mysql.

    You can find more about it here: http://squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=104

    It was a plugin that has now been introduced into squirrel mail as default.

    I cannot tell you how to set it up as I don't know myself, but I hope this goes some way to let you know it's possible and where to find out more about it :)

    Use the above at your own risk. You should have experience with squirrelmail and make backups before using the config files/tools just in case.

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    T. Ballantine
    a3 Networks
     
  3. msslovi0

    msslovi0 Guest

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    Thanks for your reply, but I'm using the Horde-Framework for Webmail (I thought this is the default, so I forgot to mention). So I got no Configs for Squirrelmail...

    Matt
     
  4. msslovi0

    msslovi0 Guest

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    Nobody?

    Matt
     
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