- Libral is an address book engine. It allows you to create your address books and to add personal and company cards to them. Data managed in a personal card include personal data (name, surname, address, etc.), Web links, email addresses, irc uris, telephone numbers, job information (company where the contact works, manager, collaborator, etc.), and notes. In a company card you can manage Web links, email addresses, telephone numbers, and notes. XML is used to store data. Libral can import addressbooks from GnomeCard, Kaddressbook, VCard, Evolution, and CSV.
- Little Black Book
- pyLBB is an address book manager. It is portable and allows users to manage contacts, with personal data (name, nickname, address, job information, etc.), along with email addresses, a home page URL, phone numbers, and notes.
- Multiuser Address Management System Book
- MAMS is a Web-based multiuser address management sustem.book (address database). When downloaded, the retrieved addresses can be imported into word-processing or spreadsheet applications; current supported download formats include CSV, TEXT, and TeX. Categories can be created, deleted, renamed, and assigned to indovidual address records.
- Nextcloud is a free, decentralized and open cloud platform. It allows you to sync your files, calendars and contacts while staying in control of your data. As a platform you can extend it with many existing apps or write your own. With federated sharing, Nextcloud allows you to collaborate with people across different Nextcloud installations. Nextcloud also provides real-time communication through Spreed.me and collaborative editing through LibreOffice Online integration.
- ngAddressBook is an address book HTML5 app, implemented with AngularJS, Bootstrap and PouchDB, and tested with QUnit and Selenium.
It was developed as a sample application for developers which want to learn how to:
Develop single page applications with AngularJS
Use Bootstrap for create user interfaces.
Use PouchDB for client-side storage.
Make unit tests with QUnit.
Make unit tests with Selenium IDE.
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- OBM is a groupware, email, LDAP, CRM, and project management application. It is mainly used as an Exchange or Notes/Domino groupware and mail server replacement, as an LDAP directory, as a contact and customer database, as a project management tool, or as any combination of these functions. It provides groupware (calendars, contacts, and tasks) connectors for Outlook, Thunderbird/Lightning, and mobile devices. It supports internationalization and themes. It is highly scalable, and is used by sites from five to many thousands of users.
- Odoo (previously OpenERP) is a suite of programs that help companies to grow their business. Over 2 million people use Odoo to grow their sales, run their operations, organize marketing activities, boost productivity and empower their human resources. Odoo is used worldwide and provides complete software solution from front office to back office.
- OrgWebApp.com Contact
- OrgWebApp.com Contact is an email/telephone directory web application software. It is designed to be organizational contact directory with search and sorting capability. Its applications include employee directory, customer directory, member directory and address book.
- RedNotebook is a graphical diary and journal helping you keep track of notes and thoughts. It includes a calendar navigation, customizable templates, export functionality and word clouds. You can also format, tag and search your entries.
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