Posts Tagged ‘evolution-mapi’
We have started the tarball releases for evolution-mapi. It’ll be in sync with GNOME release schedule. evolution-mapi-0.25.3 is available for download .
Thanks to Suman , openSUSE repositories  are back online.
Matthew has repositories for Fedora  
Development is more active after our move to new svn ! Julien (of openchange.org) has patched evolution-mapi to be compatible with libmapi 0.8 .Patches are welcome 🙂 !
Some of the cool things with libmapi 0.8 is the possibility of having multiple exchange accounts (multiple sessions) in Evolution (Yep. you read that right! ). But they will hit the trunk little later .
Now more focus is on real world testing on servers other than few test servers we are running. What doesn’t work in different setups is something we would like to know and fix them all ! Thanks to those who have been reporting issues and TIA 🙂
+ evolution-mapi is proposed for GNOME 2.26. Yay !
+ Wiki page is updated with information on building evolution-mapi .
New SVN repo for evolution-mapi provider is created :
This repo has :
1. MAPI Account setup e-plugin.
2. libexchangemapi – Backend code for talking to server using openchange’s libmapi.
3. Evolution Data Server backends for addressbook and calendar.
4. Camel provider (mails).
More information on building evolution-mapi is available here .
We will be creating a new bugzilla component in bugzilla.gnome.org for evolution-mapi.
The EXCHANGE_MAPI_BRANCH is closed.
Builds (RPMs) will resume shortly.