QUOTE(Shdwdrgn @ Dec 17 2004, 11:49 AM)
I'm working on a limited solution for this problem, as I also use Thunderbird rather than Outlook. What I am writing is a shell script that reads an exported .ldif contacts list, and generates an xml file compatible with Opie-Addressbook.
Once you have that it might end up being trivial to use SyncML to sync the 2 data sets.
Might want to take a look into Sync4j
It has a SyncServer part that's Java only, but the client API is J2ME (mobile java, could run on the Z), and C++ (*will* run on the Z, higher maintenace).
QUOTE(Chaos @ Sep 5 2004, 01:25 AM)
Especially not for Sunbird, as it's been available for only a few weeks, as far as I know.
Both Sunbird and Moz write to the same file format (iCal), so it wouldn't matter anyway.