Configuring phpGroupware's Core Applications
Sep 06, 2007, 06:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"We have walked through a basic phpGroupware installation and
configured the general system. Now let's configure the core
applications, the Calendar, Address Book, InfoLog, Notes,
Bookmarks, File Manager and Projects. Most of the core applications
are fairly simple to configure. Just head for the Administration
"Each module has its own Global Categories setting, but they all
work the same. Clicking the link takes you to a listing of
available categories. You can click Add to create new categories.
Clicking Done brings you back to the main Administration page. So
we shouldn't have to cover every instance of this setting,