sqwebadd remotely imports an address book in CSV format into sqwebmail. The user will be prompted with the fields from the first line of the CSV file to assign them to the corresponding sqwebmail fields. A known limitation of this is that sqwebmail offers multiple addresses on one nick, so if the nick already exists, the corresponding address will be added to that nick. Conversely, if the address already exists, it will be added anyway. Another limitation is that sqwebmail does not recognize firstname and surname fields, so you should ensure that the CSV file contains one field with the full name.
Lightweight Contact Manager (LiCoM) is a Web-based contact manager. It uses an LDAP server to authenticate users and keep data, making it possible for email clients and other LDAP-enabled software to access the contacts. People with an entry in the database can be asked to review and edit their own record, which may help with keeping information up to date. Other features include ogranization of contacts in groups, export to the vCard format, and printing of groups or all contacts.
@Mail Groupware combines the ability to share address books, calendar items, and tasks among groups of users with optional permission levels. It provides a complete Web- based groupware system for users within your organization and provides an Outlook 2003/2000 to Web synchronization utility for Contacts and Calendar data.
MuseSig is an email signature generator. The script takes an ID file (your contact information) and combines it with a quote taken from a local collection of quotes to produce a new signature file. Command line options allow selection of output file, the format to use (one of two types), and various other options. Quote files are plain text and new quotes can be added just by adding a new file to the quote directories.
This is a simple command line Perl script written in order to migrate a Netscape address book to GnomeCard. It takes an LDIF file, as exported from Netscape, and writes out a VCard file. Currently the first name, last name, work, home, cell phone numbers, and email address are written. The input file may be either DOS or Unix text format.