Ubuntu: Advice for addressbook server - LDAP, SyncML, CardDAV, or something else



Question:

I'm looking for a solution to share a single address book across my Windows 7 laptop, Android phone and Ubuntu home server. The address book should be synced to the phone so it is available when offline, and should be accessible to Mozilla ThunderBird on WIndows 7 and to a webmail app like Horde, Squirrel Mail or RoundCube.

I've tried setting up OwnCloud, CardDAV, Horde (with SyncML), etc and have not got anything working to my satisfaction. Does anyone have experience doing this for personal use or a small organisation?


Solution:1

According to me CardDAV is the best option. Its a open standard & integrated in most common webdav servers (Radical, Owncloud, etc).

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