AUG
9
2011

Continiuous Integration server for KDE(PIM) - Dead

Unfortunately my server decided to die today... I've managed to get the most important stuff up again but the Jenkins instance is toast.

That is the actual Jenkins server is alive but there is no resources for the build slave, so for all intents it's dead.

Until some kind force enables me to replace the server or it can be hosted at the EBN, no more CI for PIM.

Comments

Sorry if this is not the right place to ask this question but ...

Before 4.7 was released and in turn, KDEPIM 4.7, I read that KDEPIM would support MS Exchange. Is this still a goal? I don't see any mention of Kontact/Kmail2 integrating with Exchange. All I have is IMAP, no calendar and no contacts (from Exchange servers, that is).

Thanks.


By kanwar.plaha at Wed, 08/10/2011 - 02:33

There is a GSoC project going on in this field, I don't know the details but there is a desire to support Exchange, As far as I know there is a way (google...) to use it if the webinterface is enabled on the Exchange server. For details please see the pim-users mailing list.


By tnyblom at Wed, 08/10/2011 - 06:34

Thanks.

My work exchange server has a web interface and that is what I use currently as IMAP. When creating a new mail account, there is no option to create an 'exchange' resource (for example). The only option is to use IMAP but it does not sync contacts and calendar.

Actually, I can use contacts by configuring my company's ldap server as the source. However, calendar integration is nil at the moment.

I will check out the KDE GSOC page. Thanks.


By kanwar.plaha at Thu, 08/11/2011 - 01:21