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certmanager Steffen Hansen <hansen@kde.org>
kaddressbook Tobias Koenig <tokoe@kde.org>
Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
kalarm David Jarvie <software@astrojar.org.uk>
kalarmd Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
kandy Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
karm Mark Bucciarelli <mark@hubcapconsulting.com>
kdgantt Kalle Dalheimer <kalle@klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se>
Lutz Rogowski <lutz@klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se>
kfile-plugins ?
kgantt ? Jochen Hanff <jochen@ifb.bv.tu-berlin.de>
kioslaves ? Marc Mutz <mutz@kde.org>
kitchensync Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
Holger Freyther <freyther@kde.org>
kmail Ingo Kloecker <kloecker@kde.org>
Don Sanders <sanders@kde.org>
kmailcvt ?
kmobile Helge Deller <deller@kde.org>
knode Roberto Selbach Teixeira <maragato@kde.org>
knotes Michael Brade <brade@kde.org>
konsolekalendar Tuukka Pasanen <illuusio@mailcity.com>
kontact Daniel Molkentin <molkentin@kde.org>
korganizer Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
korn ?
kpilot Adriaan de Groot <groot@kde.org>
ksync Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
ktnef Michael Goffioul <goffioul@imec.be>
libical Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
libkcal Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
libkdenetwork Marc Mutz <mutz@kde.org>
Mathias Waack <mathias@atoll-net.de> (Scoring)
Ingo Klcker <ingo.kloecker@epost.de> (kpgp)
Carsten Burghardt <burghardt@kde.org> (kfoldertree, ksubscription, kaccount)
Karl-Heinz Zimmer <khz@kde.org> (cryptplugwrapper*)
libkdepim Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher@kde.org>
Tobias Koenig <tokoe@kde.org> (addresseeview, kvcarddrag)
Zack Rusin <zack@kde.org> (addressesdialog, komposer)
Don Sanders <sanders@kde.org> (maillistdrag)
libkpimexchange Jan-Pascal van Best <janpascal@vanbest.org>
libksieve ? Marc Mutz <mutz@kde.org>
mimelib ?
/** \mainpage The KDE-PIM API Reference
This section contains the KDE online class reference for the current development version of KDE-PIM.
- <a href="calendarsystem/html"><b>calendarsystem</b></a> (<a href="calendarsystem/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kabc/html"><b>kabc</b></a> (<a href="kabc/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kaddressbook/html"><b>kaddressbook</b></a> (<a href="kaddressbook/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kalarm/html"><b>kalarm</b></a> (<a href="kalarm/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kalarmd/html"><b>kalarmd</b></a> (<a href="kalarmd/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kandy/html"><b>kandy</b></a> (<a href="kandy/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kaplan/html"><b>kaplan</b></a> (<a href="kaplan/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="karm/html"><b>karm</b></a> (<a href="karm/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kfile-plugins/html"><b>kfile-plugins</b></a> (<a href="kfile-plugins/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kgantt/html"><b>kgantt</b></a> (<a href="kgantt/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kitchensync/html"><b>kitchensync</b></a> (<a href="kitchensync/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="knotes/html"><b>knotes</b></a> (<a href="knotes/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="konsolekalendar/html"><b>konsolekalendar</b></a> (<a href="konsolekalendar/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="korganizer/html"><b>korganizer</b></a> (<a href="korganizer/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="kpilot/html"><b>kpilot</b></a> (<a href="kpilot/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="ksync/html"><b>ksync</b></a> (<a href="ksync/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="libkcal/html"><b>libkcal</b></a> (<a href="libkcal/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="libkdepim/html"><b>libkdepim</b></a> (<a href="libkdepim/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
- <a href="libkpimexchange/html"><b>libkpimexchange</b></a> (<a href="libkpimexchange/html/classes.html">classes</a>)
More information can be found at <a href="http://kdepim.kde.org/index.php">the kde pim web site.</a>
*/
## kdepim/Makefile.am
## (C) 1997 Stephan Kulow
# these are here to control the compilation order, but are only textual
# hints for the cvs.sh script. If you change something here, you have
# to call Makefile.cvs again
COMPILE_BEFORE_libkpimidentities = libkdepim certmanager
COMPILE_BEFORE_certmanager = libkdenetwork
COMPILE_BEFORE_korganizer = libkdepim libkpimidentities libkpimexchange kgantt kalarmd
COMPILE_BEFORE_konsolekalendar = libkpimexchange
COMPILE_BEFORE_kaddressbook = libkdepim certmanager
COMPILE_BEFORE_kandy = libkdepim
COMPILE_BEFORE_kmail= libkdepim libkpimidentities certmanager
COMPILE_BEFORE_knode= libkdepim
COMPILE_BEFORE_karm = libkdepim
COMPILE_BEFORE_plugins = kmail libkdepim libkcal
COMPILE_AFTER_libkcal = kalarm kalarmd kitchensync konsolekalendar korganizer ksync libkpimexchange kpilot libkdepim karm knotes kresources
COMPILE_AFTER_mimelib = korn kmail
COMPILE_AFTER_libkdenetwork = kmail knode certmanager
COMPILE_AFTER_libksieve = kmail
COMPILE_BEFORE_libkcal = libical
COMPILE_BEFORE_kontact = kaddressbook knotes korganizer
COMPILE_BEFORE_libkpimexchange = kalarmd libkdepim
COMPILE_BEFORE_kalarm = kalarmd libkdepim
COMPILE_BEFORE_kresources = libkpimexchange knotes kaddressbook
COMPILE_BEFORE_wizards = libkdepim korganizer kaddressbook kmail
COMPILE_BEFORE_korn = libkdenetwork
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign 1.5
DISTCLEANFILES = inst-apps
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = subdirs configure.in acinclude.m4 SUBDIRS
include admin/Doxyfile.am
include admin/deps.am
all:
@echo "This Makefile is only for the CVS repository"
@echo "This will be deleted before making the distribution"
@echo ""
@if test ! -d admin; then \
echo "Please recheckout this module!" ;\
echo "for cvs: use checkout once and after that update again" ;\
echo "for cvsup: checkout kde-common from cvsup and" ;\
echo " link kde-common/admin to ./admin" ;\
exit 1 ;\
fi
$(MAKE) -f admin/Makefile.common cvs
.SILENT:
In this file:
* What you find here
* What it is
* Mailing List, Getting involved
What you find here
------------------
Anything relating to the KDE-PIM project. See also http://pim.kde.org.
The KDE-PIM project aims to bring together those who wish to help design,
implement, test, etc. anything that's to do with personal information
management.
This rather broad scope encompasses mail clients, addressbooks, usenet news,
scheduling and even sticky notes.
What it is
----------
* kaddressbook: The KDE addressbook application.
* kandy: sync phone book entries between your cell phone and computer
("kandy" comes from "Handy", the german word used for a cellular)
* kmail: the KDE mail client
* kmailcvt: tool for importing mail related data from other programs
* knode: news client
* korganizer: a calendar-of-events and todo-list manager
* kpilot: to sync with your PalmPilot
* kalarm: gui for setting up personal alarm messages, emails and commands
* kalarmd: alarm monitoring daemon, shared by korganizer and kalarm.
* kontact: A shell for the PIM apps, still experimental.
* karm: Time tracker.
* kitchensync: Synchronization framework, still under heavy development.
* kfile-plugins: vCard KFIleItem plugin.
* knotes: yellow notes application
* konsolecalendar: Command line tool for accessing calendar files.
* korn: mail checker
There is also quite an amount of infrastructure in this package:
* calendarsystem: library for handling of non-gregorian calendar systems
* libkdepim: Common code for different kdepim apps
* libkdenetwork: Common code for apps previously being in the kdenetwork CVS
module (KMail, KNode). This will be merged with libkdepim.
* mimelib: MIME messages library
* libical: a basic iCalendar protocol implementation, see RFCs 2245,2246
* libkcal: C++ api for the iCalendar and vCalendar formats
* libkpimexchange: connecting to Exchange2000 servers
* kabc/frontend: A GUI frontend for libkabc, not intended for end users.
* kgantt: lib to display and manage Gantt diagrams used by the project view
plugin of KOrganizer
* kdgantt: alternative lib for Gantt diagrams, used by the free/busy view of
KOrganizer (yes, we should decide for one of the Gantt libs)
* ksync: library for syncing collections of data entries
* kioslaves/sieve: Sieve kioslave
* ktnef: handling of tnef data
The following subdirectories have been moved to kdenonbeta/kdepim:
* empath: a modular e-mail client, designed for reuse, needs a Qt
with threading support
* twister: another personal information manager, needs empath
* kab2: another design for the KDE addressbook
* ldif: a parser for LDIF, the LDAP Information Interchange Format
* libdif: dito, one of them is superfluous
* libimap: IMAP handling
* librmm: an Internet mail message parser (RFC 822 -> Class hierarchy)
Mailing List, getting involved
------------------------------
If you'd like to get involved with the project, subscribe to kde-pim@kde.org
with an email to kde-pim-request@kde.org with the subject line:
subscribe my@email.address
If you have questions relating to this module please post them on the
mailing list (kde-pim@mail.kde.org).
If you are interested in kmail development use the mailing list
kmail@kde.org.
$Id$
These are preliminary instructions on how to set up kdepim to work
with a kolab server. It is meant to be a help for people setting
up for testing. It is also meant as a list of things to set up in the
upcoming Kolab setup wizard.
There are the steps needed to setup the Kolab server as the primary
server.
KMail:
1. Set up your identity.
2. Set up a disconnected IMAP account to the server and sync it.
Optional: Choose TLS and Clear text
3. Set up sending through the kolab server
Optional: Choose authentication and/or TLS
4. After the first sync, enable IMAP resource folder options in
Misc->Groupware and set to be subfolders of the account INBOX
5. Enable groupware functionality on the same page
6. TODO: Where is sieve setup???
Note: We might want to add a KMail profile for this in addition
to the kolab wizard.
KAddressBook:
1. Start KDE Control Center and go to KDE Components, page KDE
Resources Configuration. Choose the contact resource. Add an
IMAP resource and set it to standard.
Optional: Delete others or set them to readonly.
2. Start KAddressBook and add an LDAP server in the configuration
with these settings:
Host = "kolab.kde.org" (for example)
Port = "389"
Base DN = "dc=kolab,dc=kde,dc=org"
TODO: Are Bind DN and password the Kolab user settings?
TODO: If yes, do they make the LDAP resource writable?
The scheme for the base DN is to take the parts of the fully
qualified hostname of the kolab server and put ",dc=" between
the parts and "dc=" in front of it. Or in Qt code:
baseDN = "dc=" + hostname.replace( '.', ",dc=" );
Finally check the checkbox to activate the LDAP server. Now
you can search the Kolab LDAP server and get all users on the
system.
KOrganizer:
1. Start KDE Control Center and go to KDE Components, page KDE
Resources Configuration. Choose the calendar resource. Add an
IMAP resource and set it to standard.
Optional: Delete others or set them to readonly.
TODO: Free-Busy setup and KMail mail scheduling.
KPilot:
TODO
KitchenSync:
TODO
kalarmd:
TODO
Kontact:
General Notes:
==============
Autocompletion: Works in both KMail and KOrganizer. The order of resources used for completion
is as follows:
1. All available addressbook resources as seen in "kcmshell kresources", section "kabc"
2. LDAP
Nothing special, AFAIK
The directory libical contains version 0.23 of libical with a few minor
modifications to let it compile in the kdepim module. You can get the original
distribution from http://www.softwarestudio.org/download. More information about
libical can be found at http://www.softwarestudio.org/libical.
Developers/Contributors:
Stanislav Karchebny (Stanislav.Karchebny AT kdemail.net)
Sashmit Bhaduri (smt AT vfemail.net)
Teemu Rytilahti (teemu.rytilahti AT kde-fi.org)
Stephan Binner (binner AT kde.org)
Frank Osterfeld (f_osterf AT informatik.uni.kl.de)
Gary Cramblitt (garycramblitt AT comcast.net)
Packagers:
Pierre Habouzit (pierre.habouzit AT m4x.org)
Thanks To:
Frerich Raabe (raabe AT kde.org)
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