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p0ddie

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Hi,

I'm looking for a nice CRM software. What do you guys use?

Daylite and Elements CRM seem pretty, but they are relying on their own client apps and use their own mail/calendar system.

Is there something out there, either browser based (preferably local server) or with a nice Mac app that supports using Kerio as the mail/calendar/address server?

Thanks!

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marook

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Daylight does not use it's own mailsystem, but a lot of the functionality is in their own client.
You add a plugin to Mail and integration is established.

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Jakob Peterhänsel
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p0ddie

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Yes, but the culprit is you can't sync the Daylite calendar with CalDAV and have no push notifications... plus a web interface would be preferable...thanks for commenting on this!
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My IT Indy

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I don't know of any CRM apps that integrate with caldav, but would surely like to see one.

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