> True, but unfortunately nobody else has such a central addressbook
> framework
> yet with which KDE could cooperate. All the other applications seem to
> provide their own backends, e.g. Thunderbird has probably a backend shared
> by
> Mozilla apps. Not sure the GNOME API provides anything like that, very
> likely
> they rely on Evolution.


Seems to be evolution-data-server
(http://freshmeat.net/projects/evolution-data-server/)

>
> KDE applications have an advantage here, they already share the
> addressbook
> through the KABC framework and independent where it is located, i.e. if it
> is
> local or on an LDAP server, etc.
>


I think it should be possible to add a evolution-data-server address
resource to KABC, isn't it?

Regards
Dirk

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