@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.
Address Book Server allows you to share your contacts and calendar events with others connected to your network or over the Internet. Each participant synchronizes their contacts with the server hosted on your own system. Address Book Server supports the full Address Book and iCal schema. The server also provides a friendly Web interface and an iPhone client which let you access your contact details remotely.
AddressBook X LDAP provides a shared addressbook on your local network, without the burden of subscriptions. It is an iSync enabled application which transfers contacts from the AddressBook to a central LDAP directory. It also provides the ability to browse and search the directory. Multiple schema mappings are available and can be customized and extended to address individual needs. Currently, ABxLDAP Person (an extension to InetOrgPerson) is fully supported, but the Mozilla Schema and the basic InetOrgPerson are in development. Support for Active Directory is included as well.
Addresses is a GNUstep address book that consists of a full-featured address book manager application, a source-code compatible replacement for Apple's AddressBook.framework (for accessing and manipulating address data programmatically), a framework of view/editor classes that make it easy to use Addresses from your own programs, and a number of tools. It is easy to use by both users and programmers and can store almost all imaginable data, including multiple phone numbers, emails, and addresses, photos, AIM/Jabber/ICQ/Yahoo IM details, and notes. It supports drag-and-drop and integrates well with GNUMail.
iSync is Apple's new device-synchronization software that automatically synchronizes your contact and calendar information between your Mac, your cell phone, your PDA, your iPod, and your Mac OS X Address Book. iSync also resolves synchronization conflicts no matter how many different digital devices you use. It synchronizes your data in both directions and uses the most current information. If you’ve made a number of changes and the change is unclear, iSync will ask you which information to use when you sync.
AtMail is a webmail client. The project aims to provide an elegant client for existing IMAP mailservers, with less bloat and a focus on an intuitive, simple user interface. Features include complete Webmail functionality, address-book support, video mail, an AJAX interface, drag'n'drop, and more.
Cameleon a Framework for developing reliable database applications in a technology independent and predominantly editorial way. User interfaces may be easily exchanged from Swing to HTML and vice versa, and databases may be exchanged in the same manner. The Swing variant framework is established. The HTML user interface is under construction but can be reviewed on the project Webpage ("Test sample application"). Cameleon's target users are programmers who manage midrange data volumes (from thousands to millions of database records) and who prefer simplicity and availability rather than animation. Business features such as security management and parameter administration are supported in the framework. The framework allows web developement without any knowledge of JSP, HTML, Servlets etc. Data input elements (and groups of them) may be used in Java Server Pages.
Scalix Community Edition Raw (CE Raw) is functionally equivalent to Scalix's Community Edition software except that its components are individually available, making it easy to customize. It includes manual installation instructions via a community Wiki, with links to required third-party components. It is available for the Debian Linux distribution as well as Red Hat and SUSE Linux. The intent is to make it easy for Linux system admins, developers, and enthusiasts to to adapt an email and calendaring system for their needs and the needs of the community.