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Plugins - Exchange Server Meeting Requests
Category: Add-ons

This plugin attempts to identify meeting requests sent from Exchange Server, allowing the user to add the event to the Squirrelmail calendar.

-mime.php from SM >1.2.5 (CVS)
-calendar plugin

-doesn't delete meeting request after accepting
-doesn't handle multi-day events, or recurring events
-event times and duration may be changed to correspond to values available in Calendar plugin

Very immature plugin, lots of work remaining.
Suggestions, comments, criticism welcome.

This plugin is up for adoption. If you want to maintain it, please mail to the plugins mailing list and state your intent.

Version 0.3
by Tracy McKibben on Apr 10, 2002
[ exchange_meeting-0.3.tar.gz tarball (16433 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Calendar plugin, mime.php > 1.2.5 (CVS)

  • Added padding zeros to month and day values passed to calendar plugin, unpadded values would cause meetings to not appear on the calendar views
  • Now recognizes meeting requests generated from non-Exchange Server users

Older versions

Version 0.2
by Tracy McKibben on Mar 7, 2002
[ This version is not available. You might be able to get it by asking on the "squirrelmail-plugins" mailing list or by contacting the author. ]
Requires: Calendar plugin, mime.php > 1.2.5 (CVS)


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