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    Address Book
    Address Book : It is a simple address database, consisting of only the following: id, name, phone, state, city, zip, street, misc, and email. It supports create, drop, edit, search, and uses a MySQL database on backend for storing data.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    note
    note : This is a small console program written in perl, which allows you to manage notes similar to programs like "knotes" from commandline. You can add, edit, list and delete as many notes as you want. The notes are stored in a MySQL database.

    Platform(s): UNIX BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    Online Address Book
    Online Address Book : This is an On-Line address book for the traveling person, families, churches, businesses, schools, and/or other private or public groups where a common address book would be used. It features: Looks and functions very close to a real address book, Click on the 'Letter Tabs' to access the address page, Entries are auto-alphabitised by lastname (primary key) then first name (secondary key), By clicking on the letter at the top of the page, its very easy to add, update or delete entries, Advanced embedded JavaScript code for instintanious access to address pages, Virtually no limit to the number of entries, Optional/multible entries for home phone, fax, pager, & cell, and email, and Clicking on primary email address will start-up the email composer.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    Address Management Database (AMS)
    Address Management Database (AMS) : AMS is an address management system consisting of a perl script and a configuration file for a sql database. Adresses can be searched, mantained and downloaded (CSV, Text-TAB delimeted, LaTeX table) from a server via WEB Browser. Supported SQL databases include msql, postgressql, mysql, etc.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    MyTimePunch
    MyTimePunch : MyTimePunch is a small Perl script that allows you to create a simple time punch, similar to the time punch hanging in the breakroom at work. MyTimePunch uses a MySQL database on backend for data handling.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    Agnostos
    Agnostos : workgroups. Features include: Tasks can be assigned to individuals, workgroups, or departments (or any combination of the above); Tasks may be assigned priorities and due dates; Tasks may be sorted by status, priority or due date; Auditing data is recorded for each task (time and date of each change of status, priority, or individual, group or department to which it is assigned); Weekly Report Generation (produces a plain text report of all work done by a particular user, workgroup or department in the previous week).

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    y-notes
    y-notes : notes. For the the web user, y-notes provide a convenient way to add annotations to a web site without having to go into the messy business of managing a large set of bookmarks. Also, the notes are kept at the server so that users can retrieve them at a later time and use them as a navigation aid. For the site maintainer, y-notes provides an easy and automatic way of gathering user feedback and improving the site design. The main component of y-notes is a tiny Java(tm) applet. Notes are stored on database managed through a CGI interface written in Perl.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/09/2005

    Address Book
    Address Book : Address Book is a WebDB 8.0 based application. Installation is virtually instant for quick use. Address Book also allows customization to use other database systems, new tables, and new information. Address Book ships ready to use integrated authentication compatible with UNIX/Linux, DB, LDAP, or NTLM. This product is ideally suited for business people on the move who need instant access to company or client information. It is also a great management tool for companies and organisations in terms of project coordination, inventory control, client management and information dissemination. Address Book can be modified to hold anything you want, not just addresses.

    Platform(s): UNIX; BSP; WINDOWN; OS - Updated: 10/09/2005

    Stouk Phonebook
    Stouk Phonebook : easy user management, good design, configuration change management, data search, secure entries manipulation. You do not need any database engine, everything is done within the script and portable to UNIX and Windows. You can import major data fields from MS Outlook and export phonebook data to custom-separated format.

    Platform(s): UNIX; BSP; WINDOWS - Updated: 10/09/2005

    vs Organizer
    vs Organizer : vsOrganizer includes four scripts that can be used together to make a complete organizer application, much like MS Outlook. Admin access can be enabled so that guests have read-only access. Use it for your personal organizer, or share information with a group. Installation is a breeze. Just FTP and run on most servers - the script's are smart enough to detect their own environment. A setup script is included and the scripts can be easily configured through your browser.

    Platform(s): UNIX; BSP; WINDOWS - Updated: 10/09/2005

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