[brlug-general] Who is Nyki?
dustin at puryear-it.com
Tue Jan 30 07:34:19 CST 2007
SugarCRM looks interesting. Looks actually a tad large for me, but I
hadn't realized they had gotten so far.
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Monday, January 29, 2007, 11:00:53 PM, you wrote:
> Kmail does IMAP nicely. Kontact is not an ACT replacement, but it's getting
> there. I love the way you can atomize your calendars and addressbooks and
> store them though sftp or http. What I'd love to see is KDE's project
> management software merged into Kontact to make a CRM and ticketing system.
> It's been a while since I looked around, so someone might already be working
> on it. What besides ACT do people use? I looked up some stuff to see what's
> out there and found this:
> the CRM software here was interesting:
> The KDE groupware server looks like the most promising thing.
> Has anyone used it?
> On Monday 29 January 2007 13:00, Dustin Puryear wrote:
>> Well, actually, I would use Outlook since it plays nice with a lot of
>> the tools I use (e.g., ACT!). But, Outlook just doesn't do IMAP that
>> well. The only two email clients that do IMAP right is Outlook Express
>> and, so far, The Bat!. I like The Bat! because it is highly
>> configurable. To an extreme.
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