Lightweight Contact Manager (LiCoM) is a Web-based contact manager. It uses an LDAP server to authenticate users and keep data, making it possible for email clients and other LDAP-enabled software to access the contacts. People with an entry in the database can be asked to review and edit their own record, which may help with keeping information up to date. Other features include ogranization of contacts in groups, export to the vCard format, and printing of groups or all contacts.
Brim is a Web based information manager which manages bookmarks, agenda/calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, passwords, collections, and more. Brim is based on an MVC framework that uses items with a potential hierarchical relation as its base. It supports multiple themes, an unlimited number of items/folders, and has over 15 translations.
Infotrope Polymer is a fully roaming online IMAP client. You can roam with your full configuration, your addressbooks, and even your bookmarks. It's fully ACAP enabled, and will operate with or without a local disk cache, and over very narrow connectivity (like GPRS), using minimal bandwidth. It supports the majority of extensions to ESMTP, IMAP, and ACAP, whether in RFC or I-D.
ConTagged is a Web-based address book for small companies. It features a public address book which is writable for all company staff and a personal address book for each staff member. Contacts can be grouped and looked up flexibly by assigning tags to them. It requires an existing LDAP server to authenticate users and to store the contact data.
Scalix Community Edition is an email and calendaring platform. It includes a full version of the Scalix industrial-strength server and AJAX-based Scalix Web Access (SWA), a cross-browser, cross-platform Web client. Community Edition also includes 25 free premium users that can use MS Outlook for email and group scheduling.
Scalix Community Edition Raw (CE Raw) is functionally equivalent to Scalix's Community Edition software except that its components are individually available, making it easy to customize. It includes manual installation instructions via a community Wiki, with links to required third-party components. It is available for the Debian Linux distribution as well as Red Hat and SUSE Linux. The intent is to make it easy for Linux system admins, developers, and enthusiasts to to adapt an email and calendaring system for their needs and the needs of the community.