Horde Adressbuch: Turba

Als nächste Applikation installieren wir uns die Anwendung Turba. Diese Anwendung stellt uns zentrale und auch persönliche Adressbücher zur Verfügung. Informationen zu Installation und Konfiguration findet amn auch auf der offiziellen Doku-Seite.

Wie auch schon bei der Grund-Installation des Horde-Frameworks, werden wir hier auf PHP Extension and Application Repository oder kurz PEAR zurück.

Das Programmpaket holen wir und nun erst einmal auf unseren Web-Server.

  # pear install -a -B horde/turba
Starting to download turba-4.0.2.tgz (1,942,828 bytes)
.........................................................................done: 1,942,828 bytes
install ok: channel://pear.horde.org/turba-4.0.2

Die Konfiguration des Moduls Turba erfolgt, wie auch bereits bei der Grundkonfiguration des Horde-Frameworks, erfolgt über die GUI des Horde-Framworks. Bevor wir uns daran machen können, benötigen wir noch eine entsprechende (leere) Backupdatei für die mitgelieferte Vorgabekonfigurationsdatei. Ferner müssen wir dafür sorgen, dass unser Apache-Webserver die Änderungen im Konfigurationsverzeichnis ablegen kann. Zunächst kopieren wir uns die Vorlagedatei für die Anbindung an unser Datenbank-Backendsystem, die bei der Hordeinstallation mit kam.

 # cp -a /var/www/horde/turba/config/backends.php /var/www/horde/turba/config/backends.local.php

Anschließend legen wir noch die besagte Backup-Datei für die Konfiguration an.

 # touch /var/www/horde/turba/config/conf.php.bak

Zum Schluß weisen wir noch die Datei und Besitzrechte für die Konfigurationsdatei- und dessen Verzeichnis zu.

 # chown -R root:apache /var/www/horde/turba/config
 # chmod g+w -R /var/www/horde/turba/config

Neben der Konfiguration der Anwendung selbst, müssen wir der Anwendung Turba auch noch mitteilen, wie und zu welchem Datenbankbackend-System sich die Anwendung verbinden soll.

Die mitgelieferte Konfigurationsdatei backends.php lassen wir unangetastet. Die Konfiguration nehmen wir über die zuvor kopierte Datei backends.local.php vor.

Als erstes deaktivieren wir den ersten Standardeintrag und ergänzen dann den Eintrag für die Anbindung an unseren MySQL Datenbankserver-Server.

 # vim /var/www/horde/turba/config/backends.local.php
/var/www/horde/turba/config/backends.local.php
<?php
/**
 * This file is where you specify the sources of contacts available to users
 * at your installation. It contains a large number of EXAMPLES. Please
 * remove or comment out those examples that YOU DON'T NEED. There are a
 * number of properties that you can set for each server, including:
 *
 * IMPORTANT: DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
 * Local overrides MUST be placed in backends.local.php or backends.d/.
 * If the 'vhosts' setting has been enabled in Horde's configuration, you can
 * use backends-servername.php.
 *
 * Example backends.local.php configuration file that enables the LDAP address
 * book and adds a composite field to the SQL address book:
 *
 * <code>
 * <?php
 * $cfgSources['localldap']['disabled'] = false;
 * $cfgSources['localldap']['params']['server'] = 'localhost';
 * $cfgSources['localldap']['params']['root'] = 'cn=contacts,dc=horde,dc=org';
 * $cfgSources['localldap']['params']['bind_dn'] = 'cn=admin,ou=users,dc=horde,dc=org';
 * $cfgSources['localldap']['params']['bind_password'] = 'somesecret';
 * $cfgSources['localsql']['map']['homeAddress'] = array(
 *     'fields' => array(
 *         'homeStreet',
 *         'homePostalCode',
 *         'homeCity',
 *         'homeCountry'
 *     ),
 *     'format' => "%s\n%s %s\n%s"
 * );
 * </code>
 *
 * Properties that can be set for each server:
 *
 * disabled: (boolean) If true, the config entry is disabled.
 *
 * title: (string) This is the common (user-visible) name that you want
 *        displayed in the contact source drop-down box.
 *
 * type: (string) The types 'ldap', 'sql', 'kolab', 'imsp', 'group',
 *       'favourites' and 'prefs' are currently supported. Kolab address books
 *       can be used with any IMAP server that supports METADATA.
 *       Preferences-based address books are not intended for production
 *       installs unless you really know what you're doing - they are not
 *       searchable, and they won't scale well if a user has a large number of
 *       entries.
 *
 * params: (array) These are the connection parameters specific to the contact
 *         source.
 *
 *         General settings:
 *           - charset: (string) The character set that the backend stores
 *                      data in. Many LDAP servers use utf-8. Database servers
 *                      typically use iso-8859-1.
 *           - filter: (string) Filter your result based on certain condition
 *                     in SQL and LDAP backends. A filter can be specified to
 *                     avoid some unwanted data. For example, if the source is
 *                     an external SQQL database, to select records with the
 *                     delete flag = 0: 'filter' => 'deleted=0'.
 *                     Don't enclose 'filter' in brackets - this will done
 *                     automatically. Also keep in mind that a full filter
 *                     line will be built from 'filter' and 'objectclass'
 *                     parameters.
 *
 *         Settings that only apply to LDAP servers:
 *           - bind_dn: (string) Only applies to LDAP servers which do not
 *                      allow anonymous connections. Active Directory servers
 *                      do not allow it by default, so before using one as a
 *                      Turba source, you must create a "rightless" user,
 *                      which is only allowed to connect to the server, and
 *                      set the 'bind_dn' parameter like
 *                      'rightless@example.com' (not
 *                      'cn=rightless,dc=example,dc=com').
 *           - bind_password: (string) Only applies to LDAP servers which do
 *                            not allow anonymous connection. You should set
 *                            this to the cleartext password for the user
 *                            specified in 'bind_dn'.
 *           - checkrequired: (boolean) If true, consult the LDAP schema for
 *                            any attributes that are required by the given
 *                            objectclass(es). Required attributes will be
 *                            provided automatically if the
 *                            'checkrequired_string' parameter is present.
 *                            *NOTE:* You must have the Net_LDAP PEAR library
 *                            installed for this to work.
 *           - checksyntax: (boolean) If present, inspect the LDAP schema for
 *                          particular attributes by the type defined in the
 *                          corresponding schema.
 *                          *NOTE:* You must have the Net_LDAP PEAR library
 *                          installed for this to work.
 *           - deref: (integer) One of:
 *                      - LDAP_DEREF_NEVER
 *                      - LDAP_DEREF_SEARCHING
 *                      - LDAP_DEREF_FINDING
 *                      - LDAP_DEREF_ALWAYS
 *                     This setting tells the LDAP server when to dereference
 *                     aliases. See http://www.php.net/ldap for more
 *                     information.
 *           - dn: (array) Defines the list of LDAP attributes that build a
 *                 valid DN.
 *           - objectclass: (array) Defines a list of objectclasses that
 *                          contacts must belong to, and that new objects will
 *                          be created with.
 *           - referrals: (integer) Either 0 or 1. See the LDAP documentation
 *                        about the corresponding parameter REFERRALS. Windows
 *                        2003 Server requires that you set this parameter to
 *                        0.
 *           - root: (string) Defines the base DN where to start the search
 *                   (i.e. dc=example,dc=com).
 *           - scope: (string) Can be set to 'one' to search one level of the
 *                    LDAP directory, or 'sub' to search all levels. 'one'
 *                    will work for most setups and should be much faster.
 *                    However we default to 'sub' for backwards compatibility.
 *           - sizelimit: (integer) Limit the search to this number of
 *                        entries. Empty value or 0 means no limit. Keep in
 *                        mind that servers can impose their own search
 *                        limits.
 *           - tls: (boolean) If true, try to use a TLS connection to the
 *                  server.
 *           - version: (integer) Specifies LDAP server version: either 2 or
 *                      3. Active Directory servers require version 3.
 *
 * map: (array) A list of mappings from the Turba attribute names (keys) to
 *              the attribute names by which they are known in this contact
 *              source (values).
 *
 *              Turba also supports composite fields. A composite field is
 *              defined by mapping the field name to an array containing a
 *              list of component fields and a format string (similar to a
 *              printf() format string; however, note that positioned
 *              parameters like %1$s will NOT work).
 *
 *              'attribute' defines where the composed value is saved, and is
 *              optional.
 *
 *              'parse' defines a list of format strings and field names that
 *              should be used for splitting up composite fields, in the order
 *              of precedence, and is optional.
 *
 *              An example:
 *                ...
 *                'name' => array(
 *                    'fields' => array('firstname', 'lastname'),
 *                    'format' => '%s %s',
 *                    'attribute' => 'object_name'
 *                ),
 *                'firstname' => 'object_firstname',
 *                'lastname' => 'object_lastname',
 *                ...
 *
 *              Standard Turba attributes are:
 *                - __key: [REQUIRED] A backend-specific ID for the entry (any
 *                         value as long as it is unique inside that source).
 *                - __members: Serialized PHP array with list of Group
 *                             members.
 *                - __owner: User name of the contact's owner
 *                - __type: Either 'Object' or 'Group'
 *                - __uid: Globally unique ID of the entry (used for
 *                         synchronizing and must be able to be set to any
 *                         value).
 *
 *              More Turba attributes are defined in config/attributes.php.
 *
 * tabs: (array) All fields can be grouped into tabs with this optional entry.
 *       This list is multidimensional hash; keys are the tab titles.
 *
 *       Example:
 *         'tabs' => array(
 *             'Addresses' => array(
 *                 'homeAddress',
 *                 'workAddress'
 *             ),
 *             'Names' => array(
 *                 'firstname',
 *                 'lastname',
 *                 'alias'
 *             )
 *         );
 *
 * search: (array) A list of Turba attribute names that can be searched for
 *         this source.
 *
 * strict: (array) A list of native field/attribute names that must always be
 *              matched exactly in a search.
 *
 * approximate: (array) Only applies to LDAP servers. If set, should be an
 *              array of native field/attribute names to search
 *              "approximately" (for example, "S�nchez", "Sanchez", and
 *              "Sanch�z" will all match a search string of "sanchez").
 *
 * export: (boolean) If true, this source will appear on the Export menu,
 *         allowing users to export the contacts to a CSV (etc.) file.
 *
 * browse: (boolean) If true, this source will be browseable via the Browse
 *         menu item, and empty searches against the source will return all
 *         contacts.
 *
 * use_shares: (boolean) If true, Horde_Share functionality will be enabled
 *             for this source - allowing users to share their personal
 *             address books as well as to create new ones.
 *
 *             Since Turba only supports having one backend configured for
 *             creating new shares, use the 'shares' configuration option to
 *             specify which backend will be used for creating new shares.  All
 *             permission checking will be done against Horde_Share, but note
 *             that any 'extended' permissions (such as max_contacts) will
 *             still be enforced. Also note that the backend driver must have
 *             support for using this. Supported: SQL, IMAP/Kolab, and IMSP.
 *
 * all_shares: (boolean) If true (and 'use_shares'is true) the corresponding
 *             source will be assumed to handle all shares that are not
 *             explicitly assigned to another source. Supported: IMAP/Kolab.
 *
 * list_name_field: (string) Taken as the field to store contact list names
 *                  in. This is required when using a composite field as the
 *                  'name' field.
 *
 * alternative_name: (string) Taken as the field to use an alternative in case
 *                   the name field is empty.
 */
 
/**
 * A local address book in an SQL database. This implements a private
 * per-user address book. Sharing of this source with other users may be
 * accomplished by enabling Horde_Share for this source by setting
 * 'use_shares' => true.
 *
 * Be sure to create a turba_objects table in your Horde database from the
 * schema in turba/scripts/db/turba.sql if you use this source.
 */
$cfgSources['localsql'] = array(
    // ENABLED by default
    'disabled' => false,
    // Django : 2013-01-25 Adressbuch personalisiert
    // default: 'title' => _("Shared Address Books"),
    'title' => _("gemeinsames Adressbuch"),
    'type' => 'sql',
    'params' => array(
        // The default connection details are pulled from the Horde-wide SQL
        // connection configuration.
        // To use another DB connection, you must provide configuration
        // information here - for example,
        //'sql' => array(
        //    'persistent' => false,
        //    'username' => 'horde',
        //    'password' => 'secret',
        //    'socket' => '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock',
        //    'protocol' => 'unix',
        //    'database' => 'horde',
        //    'charset' => 'utf-8',
        //    'ssl' => false,
        //    'splitread' => false,
        //    'phptype' => 'mysql'
        //),
        'table' => 'turba_objects'
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => 'object_id',
        '__owner' => 'owner_id',
        '__type' => 'object_type',
        '__members' => 'object_members',
        '__uid' => 'object_uid',
        'firstname' => 'object_firstname',
        'lastname' => 'object_lastname',
        'middlenames' => 'object_middlenames',
        'namePrefix' => 'object_nameprefix',
        'nameSuffix' => 'object_namesuffix',
        'name' => array('fields' => array('namePrefix', 'firstname',
                                          'middlenames', 'lastname',
                                          'nameSuffix'),
                        'format' => '%s %s %s %s %s',
                        'parse' => array(
                            array('fields' => array('firstname', 'middlenames',
                                                    'lastname'),
                                  'format' => '%s %s %s'),
                            array('fields' => array('firstname', 'lastname'),
                                  'format' => '%s %s'))),
        // This is a shorter version of a "name" composite field which only
        // consists of the first name and last name.
        // 'name' => array('fields' => array('firstname', 'lastname'),
        //                 'format' => '%s %s'),
        'alias' => 'object_alias',
        'birthday' => 'object_bday',
        'anniversary' => 'object_anniversary',
        'spouse' => 'object_spouse',
        'photo' => 'object_photo',
        'phototype' => 'object_phototype',
        'homeStreet' => 'object_homestreet',
        'homePOBox' => 'object_homepob',
        'homeCity' => 'object_homecity',
        'homeProvince' => 'object_homeprovince',
        'homePostalCode' => 'object_homepostalcode',
        'homeCountry' => 'object_homecountry',
        'homeAddress' => array('fields' => array('homeStreet', 'homeCity',
                                                 'homeProvince',
                                                 'homePostalCode'),
                               'format' => "%s \n %s, %s  %s"),
        'workStreet' => 'object_workstreet',
        'workPOBox' => 'object_workpob',
        'workCity' => 'object_workcity',
        'workProvince' => 'object_workprovince',
        'workPostalCode' => 'object_workpostalcode',
        'workCountry' => 'object_workcountry',
        'workAddress' => array('fields' => array('workStreet', 'workCity',
                                                 'workProvince',
                                                 'workPostalCode'),
                               'format' => "%s \n %s, %s  %s"),
        'department' => 'object_department',
        'timezone' => 'object_tz',
        'email' => 'object_email',
        'homePhone' => 'object_homephone',
        'homeFax' => 'object_homefax',
        'workPhone' => 'object_workphone',
        'cellPhone' => 'object_cellphone',
        'assistPhone' => 'object_assistantphone',
        'fax' => 'object_fax',
        'pager' => 'object_pager',
        'title' => 'object_title',
        'role' => 'object_role',
        'company' => 'object_company',
        'logo' => 'object_logo',
        'logotype' => 'object_logotype',
        'category' => 'object_category',
        'notes' => 'object_notes',
        'website' => 'object_url',
        'freebusyUrl' => 'object_freebusyurl',
        'pgpPublicKey' => 'object_pgppublickey',
        'smimePublicKey' => 'object_smimepublickey',
        'imaddress' => 'object_imaddress',
        'imaddress2' => 'object_imaddress2',
        'imaddress3' => 'object_imaddress3'
    ),
    'tabs' => array(
        _("Personal") => array('firstname', 'lastname', 'middlenames',
                               'namePrefix', 'nameSuffix', 'name', 'alias',
                               'birthday', 'spouse', 'anniversary', 'photo'),
        _("Location") => array('homeStreet', 'homePOBox', 'homeCity',
                               'homeProvince', 'homePostalCode', 'homeCountry',
                               'homeAddress', 'workStreet', 'workPOBox',
                               'workCity', 'workProvince', 'workPostalCode',
                               'workCountry', 'workAddress', 'timezone'),
        _("Communications") => array('email', 'homePhone', 'workPhone',
                                     'assistPhone', 'homeFax',
                                     'cellPhone', 'fax', 'pager', 'imaddress',
                                     'imaddress2', 'imaddress3'),
        _("Organization") => array('title', 'role', 'company', 'department', 'logo'),
        _("Other") => array('category', 'notes', 'website', 'freebusyUrl',
                            'pgpPublicKey', 'smimePublicKey'),
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'name',
        'email'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'object_id',
        'owner_id',
        'object_type',
        'object_uid'
    ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
    'use_shares' => true,
    'list_name_field' => 'lastname',
    'alternative_name' => 'company',
);
 
/**
 * A local address book in an LDAP directory. This implements a public
 * (shared) address book.
 *
 * To store distribution lists in the LDAP directory, you'll need to include
 * horde.schema from Horde in your LDAP configuration.
 *
 * To store freebusy information in the LDAP directory, you'll need to include
 * rfc2739.schema from Horde in your LDAP configuration.
 */
$cfgSources['localldap'] = array(
    // Disabled by default
    'disabled' => true,
    'title' => _("Shared Directory"),
    'type' => 'ldap',
    'params' => array(
        'server' => 'ldap.example.com',
        'port' => 389,
        'tls' => false,
        'root' => 'dc=example,dc=com',
        'bind_dn' => 'cn=admin,ou=users,dc=example,dc=com',
        // For Active Directory:
        // 'bind_dn' => 'username@example.com',
        'bind_password' => '********',
        'sizelimit' => 200,
        // For Active Directory:
        // 'sizelimit' => 0,
        'dn' => array('cn'),
        'objectclass' => array('top',
                               'person',
                               'organizationalPerson',
                               'inetOrgPerson'),
                               // Add 'turbaContact' to this array if using
                               // 'turbaType' attribute below, and 'calEntry'
                               // if using 'freebusyUrl'.
        // For Active Directory:
        // 'objectclass' => array('organizationalPerson',
        //                        'user',
        //                        'group',
        //                        'contact'),
        'scope' => 'one',
        // For Active Directory:
        // 'scope' => 'sub',
        'charset' => 'utf-8',
        // Consult the LDAP schema to verify that all required attributes for
        // an entry are set and add them if needed.
        'checkrequired' => false,
        // Value used to fill in missing required attributes.
        'checkrequired_string' => ' ',
        // Check LDAP schema for valid syntax. If this is false an address
        // field is assumed to have postalAddress syntax; otherwise the schema
        // is consulted for the syntax to use.
        'checksyntax' => false,
        'version' => 3,
 
        // For Active Directory you probably want to also set the following
        // parameters:
        // 'deref' => LDAP_DEREF_ALWAYS,
        // 'filter' => '&(SAMAccountName=*)(mail=*)',
        // 'referrals' => 0,
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => 'dn',
 
        // Remove this mapping if using Active Directory server:
        '__uid' => 'uid',
 
        // From horde.schema.  Make sure you have 'turbaContact' objectClass
        // included above:
        // '__type' => 'turbaType',
        // '__members' => 'turbaMembers',
 
        'name' => 'cn',
        'email' => 'mail',
        'homePhone' => 'homephone',
        'workPhone' => 'telephonenumber',
        'cellPhone' => 'mobiletelephonenumber',
        'homeAddress' => 'homepostaladdress',
 
        // From rfc2739.schema:
        // 'freebusyUrl' => 'calFBURL',
 
        // For Active Directory servers:
        // 'name' => 'displayname',
        // 'title' => 'title',
        // 'cellPhone' => 'mobile',
        // 'department' => 'department',
        // 'company' => 'company',
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'name',
        'email',
        'homePhone',
        'workPhone',
        'cellPhone',
        'homeAddress'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'dn', 'uid'
    ),
    'approximate' => array(
        'cn',
    ),
    // For Active Directory servers:
    // 'approximate' => array(
    //     'displayname',
    //     'samaccountname',
    // ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
);
 
/**
 * A personal LDAP address book. This assumes that the login is
 * <username>@domain.com and that the users are stored on the same LDAP
 * server. Thus it is possible to bind with the username and password from the
 * user. For more info; please refer to the docs/LDAP file in the Turba
 * distribution.
 *
 * To store distribution lists in the LDAP directory, you'll need to include
 * horde.schema from Horde in your LDAP configuration.
 *
 * To store freebusy information in the LDAP directory, you'll need to include
 * rfc2739.schema from Horde in your LDAP configuration.
 */
/* First we need to get the uid. */
$_ldap_uid = $GLOBALS['registry']->getAuth('bare');
$_ldap_basedn = 'dc=example,dc=com';
$cfgSources['personal_ldap'] = array(
    // Disabled by default
    'disabled' => true,
    'title' => _("My Address Book"),
    'type' => 'ldap',
    'params' => array(
        'server' => 'localhost',
        'tls' => false,
        'root' => 'ou=' . $_ldap_uid . ',ou=personal_addressbook,' . $_ldap_basedn,
        'bind_dn' => 'uid=' . $_ldap_uid . ',ou=People,' . $_ldap_basedn,
        'bind_password' => $GLOBALS['registry']->getAuthCredential('password'),
        'dn' => array('uid'),
        'objectclass' => array('top',
                               'person',
                               // 'turbaContact',
                               'inetOrgPerson',
                               // 'calEntry',
                               'organizationalPerson'),
        'scope' => 'one',
        'charset' => 'utf-8',
        'version' => 3
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => 'dn',
        '__uid' => 'uid',
 
        // From horde.schema:
        // '__type' => 'turbaType',
        // '__members' => 'turbaMembers',
 
        'name' => 'cn',
        'email' => 'mail',
        'lastname' => 'sn',
        'title' => 'title',
        'company' => 'organizationname',
        'businessCategory' => 'businesscategory',
        'workAddress' => 'postaladdress',
        'workPostalCode' => 'postalcode',
        'workPhone' => 'telephonenumber',
        'fax' => 'facsimiletelephonenumber',
        'homeAddress' => 'homepostaladdress',
        'homePhone' => 'homephone',
        'cellPhone' => 'mobile',
        'notes' => 'description',
 
        // Evolution interopt attributes: (those that do not require the
        // evolution.schema)
        'office' => 'roomNumber',
        'department' => 'ou',
        'nickname' => 'displayName',
        'website' => 'labeledURI',
 
        // These are not stored on the LDAP server.
        'pgpPublicKey' => 'object_pgppublickey',
        'smimePublicKey' => 'object_smimepublickey',
 
        // From rfc2739.schema:
        // 'freebusyUrl' => 'calFBURL',
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'name',
        'email',
        'businessCategory',
        'title',
        'homePhone',
        'workPhone',
        'cellPhone',
        'homeAddress'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'dn', 'uid'
    ),
    'approximate' => array(
        'cn',
    ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
);
 
/**
 * A local address book on a IMAP or Kolab server. This implements a private
 * per-user address book. Sharing of this source with other users is
 * accomplished by IMAP ACLs and by setting 'use_shares' => true.
 */
$cfgSources['kolab'] = array(
    // DISABLED by default
    'disabled' => true,
    'title' => _("Shared Address Books"),
    'type' => 'kolab',
    'params' => array(
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => '__key',
        '__uid' => 'uid',
        '__type' => '__type',
        '__members' => '__members',
        /* Personal */
        'name' => array('fields' => array('namePrefix', 'firstname',
                                          'middlenames', 'lastname',
                                          'nameSuffix'),
                        'format' => '%s %s %s %s %s',
                        'parse' => array(
                            array('fields' => array('firstname', 'middlenames',
                                                    'lastname'),
                                  'format' => '%s %s %s'),
                            array('fields' => array('lastname', 'firstname'),
                                  'format' => '%s, %s'),
                            array('fields' => array('firstname', 'lastname'),
                                  'format' => '%s %s'))),
        'firstname' => 'given-name',
        'lastname' => 'last-name',
        'middlenames' => 'middle-names',
        'namePrefix' => 'prefix',
        'nameSuffix' => 'suffix',
        // This is a shorter version of a "name" composite field which only
        // consists of the first name and last name.
        // 'name' => array('fields' => array('firstname', 'lastname'),
        //                 'format' => '%s %s'),
        'initials'          => 'initials',
        'nickname'          => 'nick-name',
        'photo'             => 'photo',
        'phototype'         => 'phototype',
        'gender'            => 'gender',
        'birthday'          => 'birthday',
        'spouse'            => 'spouse-name',
        'anniversary'       => 'anniversary',
        'children'          => 'children',
        /* Location */
        'workStreet'        => 'addr-business-street',
        'workCity'          => 'addr-business-locality',
        'workProvince'      => 'addr-business-region',
        'workPostalCode'    => 'addr-business-postal-code',
        'workCountryFree'   => 'addr-business-country',
        'homeStreet'        => 'addr-home-street',
        'homeCity'          => 'addr-home-locality',
        'homeProvince'      => 'addr-home-region',
        'homePostalCode'    => 'addr-home-postal-code',
        'homeCountryFree'   => 'addr-home-country',
        /* Communications */
        'emails'            => 'emails',
        'homePhone'         => 'phone-home1',
        'workPhone'         => 'phone-business1',
        'cellPhone'         => 'phone-mobile',
        'fax'               => 'phone-businessfax',
        'instantMessenger'  => 'im-address',
        /* Organization */
        'title'             => 'job-title',
        'role'              => 'profession',
        'company'           => 'organization',
        'department'        => 'department',
        'office'            => 'office-location',
        'manager'           => 'manager-name',
        'assistant'         => 'assistant',
        /* Other */
        'category'          => 'categories',
        'notes'             => 'body',
        'website'           => 'web-page',
        'freebusyUrl'       => 'free-busy-url',
        'language'          => 'language',
        'latitude'          => 'latitude',
        'longitude'         => 'longitude',
        /* Invisible */
        'pgpPublicKey'      => 'pgp-publickey',
    ),
    'tabs' => array(
        _("Personal") => array('firstname', 'lastname', 'middlenames',
                               'namePrefix', 'nameSuffix', 'name', 'initials',
                               'nickname', 'gender', 'birthday', 'spouse',
                               'anniversary', 'children', 'photo'),
        _("Location") => array('workStreet', 'workCity', 'workProvince',
                               'workPostalCode', 'workCountryFree',
                               'homeStreet', 'homeCity', 'homeProvince',
                               'homePostalCode', 'homeCountryFree'),
        _("Communications") => array('emails', 'homePhone', 'workPhone',
                                     'cellPhone', 'fax', 'instantMessenger'),
        _("Organization") => array('title', 'role', 'company', 'department',
                                   'office', 'manager', 'assistant'),
        _("Other") => array('category', 'notes', 'website', 'freebusyUrl',
                            'language', 'latitude', 'longitude'),
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'name',
        'emails'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'uid',
    ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
    'list_name_field' => 'lastname',
    'use_shares' => true,
    'all_shares' => true,
);
 
/**
 * A preferences-based address book. This will always be private. You can add
 * any attributes you like to the map and it will just work; you can also
 * create multiple prefs-based address books by changing the 'name' parameter.
 * This is best for address books that are expected to remain small; it's not
 * the most efficient, but it can't be beat for getting up and running
 * quickly, especially if you already have Horde preferences working. Note
 * that it is not searchable, though - searches will simply return the whole
 * address book.
 */
$cfgSources['prefs'] = array(
    // Disabled by default
    'disabled' => true,
    'title' => _("Private Address Book"),
    'type' => 'prefs',
    'params' => array(
        'name' => 'prefs',
        'charset' => 'UTF-8'
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => 'id',
        '__type' => '_type',
        '__members' => '_members',
        '__uid' => 'uid',
        'name' => 'name',
        'email' => 'mail',
        'alias' => 'alias'
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'name',
        'email',
        'alias'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'id',
        '_type',
        'uid'
    ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
);
 
/**
 * An address book based on message recipients. This will always be private and
 * read-only. The address book content is provided by the
 * contacts/favouriteRecipients API method which should be implemented by a
 * mail client that collects the most regular message recipients, like IMP
 * 4.2.
 */
$cfgSources['favourites'] = array(
    // ENABLED by default
    'disabled' => false,
    // Django : 2013-01-25 Adressbuch personalisiert
    // default: 'title' => _("Favourite Recipients"),
    'title' => _("pers. Adressbuch (Favoriten)"),
    'type' => 'favourites',
    'params' => array(
        'limit' => 10
    ),
    'map' => array(
        '__key' => 'email',
        'name' => 'email',
        'email' => 'email'
    ),
    'search' => array(
        'email'
    ),
    'strict' => array(
        'id',
    ),
    'export' => true,
    'browse' => true,
);
 
/**
 * A driver to show a user's Facebook friends as a turba address book. Some
 * data (like email) is not readily available via the API, but other data, like
 * birthdays (which will show up via the listTimeObjects API) may still be
 * useful to some
 */
if (!empty($GLOBALS['conf']['facebook']['id'])) {
    $cfgSources['facebook'] = array(
        // Disabled if no provisioning with the Facebook API.
        'disabled' => !$GLOBALS['injector']->getInstance('Horde_Service_Facebook')->auth->getSessionKey(),
        'title' => _("Facebook Friends"),
        'type' => 'facebook',
        'params' => array(
            'limit' => 10
        ),
        'map' => array(
            '__key' => 'uid',
            'name' => 'name',
            'lastname' => 'last_name',
            'firstname' => 'first_name',
            'middlenames' => 'middle_name',
            // 'email' => 'email',
            'birthday' => 'birthday_date',
            'homeCity' => 'current_location.city',
            'homeProvince' => 'current_location.state',
            'homePostalCode' => 'current_location.zip',
            'homeCountry' => 'current_location.country',
            'homeAddress' => array('fields' => array('homeCity',
                                                     'homeProvince',
                                                     'homePostalCode'),
                                   'format' => "%s, %s  %s"),
            'notes' => 'about_me',
            // 'website' => 'website',
        ),
        'search' => array(
            'name',
            'email',
        ),
        'export' => true,
        'browse' => true,
    );
}
 
/**
 * This source creates an address book for each group the current user is a
 * member in.  The address book will always be read only, and the group members
 * must have an email address entered in their default identity.  No email
 * address will result in that member not being included in the address book.
 */
//$grpSource = array(
//    'title' => _("Group"),
//    'type' => 'group',
//    'params' => array(
//       'name' => ''
//    ),
//    'map' => array(
//        '__key' => 'email',
//        'name' => 'name',
//        'email' => 'email'
//    ),
//    'search' => array(
//        'name',
//        'email'
//    ),
//    'export' => true,
//    'browse' => true,
//);
 
//foreach ($GLOBALS['injector']->getInstance('Horde_Group')->listGroups($GLOBALS['registry']->getAuth()) as $_group_id => $_group_name) {
//    $cfgSources['group_' . $_group_id] = $grpSource;
//    $cfgSources['group_' . $_group_id]['params'] = array('gid' => $_group_id);
//    $cfgSources['group_' . $_group_id]['title'] = $_group_name;
//}
 
/**
 * IMSP based address book.
 *
 * Communicates with an IMSP backend server.
 *
 * Notes:
 * You should configure the user's "main" address book here. The name of the
 * address book is set in the 'name' element of the params array. It should
 * be configured to be the same as the IMSP server username. Any other
 * address books the user has access to will automatically be configured at
 * runtime.
 *
 * In the params array, accepted values for auth_method are 'cram_md5',
 * 'imtest', and 'plaintext' - these must match a IMSP_Auth_ driver. If you
 * are using the imtest driver for Cyrus, please read the
 * framework/Net_IMSP/Auth/imtest.php file for more configuration information.
 *
 * Groups in other IMSP-aware applications are just entries with multiple
 * email addresses in the email field and a 'group' field set to flag the
 * entry as a group. (The Cyrusoft applications, Mulberry and Silkymail both
 * use a field named 'group' set to equal 'group' to signify this). A
 * Turba_Object_Group is basically a List of existing Turba_Objects. The IMSP
 * driver will map between these two structures when reading and writing
 * groups.
 * The only caveat is that IMSP groups that contain email addresses which do
 * not have a cooresponding contact entry will be ignored. The group_id_field
 * should be set to the IMSP field that flags the entry as a 'group' entry and
 * the group_id_value should be set to the value given to that field.
 *
 * By default, the username and password that were used to login to Horde is
 * used to login to the IMSP server. If these credentials are different,
 * there is a user preference in Horde to allow another username / password to
 * be entered. The alternate credentials are always used if present.
 *
 * In the map array, since IMSP uses the 'name' attribute as a key, this is
 * what __key is mapped to ... and a dynamic field 'fullname' is added and
 * mapped to the horde 'name' field. This is populated with the IMSP 'name'
 * field when the object is read from the server.
 *
 * If you wish to keep track of ownership of individual contacts, set
 * 'contact_ownership' = true. Note that entries created using other clients
 * will not be created this way and will therefore have no 'owner'. Set
 * 'contact_ownership' = false and the __owner field will be automatically
 * populated with the current username.
 *
 * To integrate with Horde_Share, set use_shares to true and uncomment the
 * IMSP Horde_Share hooks in horde/config/hooks.php.
 */
// Check that IMSP is configured in Horde but fall through if there is no
// configuration at all.
if (!empty($GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['enabled'])) {
    // First, get the user name to login to IMSP server with.
    $_imsp_auth_user = $GLOBALS['prefs']->getValue('imsp_auth_user');
    $_imsp_auth_pass = $GLOBALS['prefs']->getValue('imsp_auth_pass');
    if (!strlen($_imsp_auth_user)) {
        $_imsp_auth_user = $GLOBALS['registry']->getAuth('bare');
        $_imsp_auth_pass = $GLOBALS['registry']->getAuthCredential('password');
    }
    $cfgSources['imsp'] = array(
        // ENABLED by default
        'disabled' => false,
        'title' => _("IMSP"),
        'type' => 'imsp',
        'params' => array(
            'server'  => $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['server'],
            'port'    => $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['port'],
            'auth_method' => $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['auth_method'],
            // socket, command, and auth_mechanism are for imtest driver.
            'socket'  => isset($GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['socket']) ?
                         $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['socket'] . $_imsp_auth_user . '.sck' :
                         '',
            'command' => isset($GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['command']) ?
                         $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['command'] : '' ,
            'auth_mechanism' => isset($GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['auth_mechanism']) ?
                                $GLOBALS['conf']['imsp']['auth_mechanism'] : '',
            'username' => $_imsp_auth_user,
            'password' => $_imsp_auth_pass,
            'name' => $_imsp_auth_user,
            'group_id_field' => 'group',
            'group_id_value' => 'group',
            'contact_ownership' => false,
            // Dynamically generated acl rights for current user.
            'my_rights' => '',
            ),
        'map' => array(
            '__key' => 'name',
            '__type' => '__type',
            '__members' => '__members',
            '__owner' => '__owner',
            '__uid' => '__uid',
            'name' => 'fullname',
            'email' => 'email',
            'alias' => 'alias',
            'company' => 'company',
            'notes' => 'notes',
            'workPhone' => 'phone-work',
            'fax' => 'fax',
            'homePhone' => 'phone-home',
            'cellPhone' => 'cellphone',
            'freebusyUrl' => 'freebusyUrl'
            ),
        'search' => array(
            'name',
            'email',
            'alias',
            'company',
            'homePhone'
            ),
        'strict' => array('__uid'),
        'export' => true,
        'browse' => true,
        'use_shares' => false,
        );
 
    /**
     * Get any other address books this user might be privy to.
     * The values for attributes such as 'export' and 'browse' for books
     * that are added below will be the same as the values set in the default
     * book above. Any entries defined explicitly in cfgSources[]
     * will override any entries gathered dynamically below.
     */
     if (empty($cfgSources['imsp']['use_shares']) && !empty($cfgSources['imsp']['enabled'])) {
         try {
            $result = Horde_Core_Imsp_Utils::getAllBooks($cfgSources['imsp']);
            $resultCount = count($result);
            for ($i = 0; $i < $resultCount; ++$i) {
                // Make sure we didn't define this source explicitly,
                // but set the acls from the server regardless.
                $dup = false;
                foreach ($cfgSources as $key => $thisSource) {
                    if (($thisSource['type'] == 'imsp') &&
                        ($thisSource['params']['name'] == $result[$i]['params']['name'])) {
 
                        $dup = true;
                        $acl = $result[$i]['params']['my_rights'];
                        $cfgSources[$key]['params']['my_rights'] = $acl;
                        break;
                    }
                }
                if (!$dup) {
                    $cfgSources[$result[$i]['params']['name']] = $result[$i];
                }
            }
        } catch (Horde_Imsp_Exception $e) {
            $GLOBALS['notification']->push($e->getMessage());
        }
     }
}
/* End IMSP sources. */

Die Konfiguration der Applikation Turba erfolgt dann über die GUI des Web-Frameworks. Dazu rufen wir unseren angelegten VHOST im Webbrowser auf.

 $ firefox https://buero.nausch.org

Bild: Bildschirmhardcopy Horde "Erstanmeldung"

Mit einem Klick auf das Zahnradsysmbol Bild: Horde Menüpunkt Administration erreichen wir den Menüpunkt Administration.

Bild: Bildschirmhardcopy Horde "Menüpunkt Administration"

Hier wählen wir den Menüpunkt Configuration aus.

Bild: Bildschirmhardcopy Horde "Configuration"

Da wir die Anwendung IMP noch nicht konfiguriert haben und auch die nötigen mySQL-Datenbanktabellen angelegt haben, sind die beiden Fehlermeldungen normal.

Als erstes legen wir die notwendigen Datenbanktabellen an. Hierzu klicken wir auf den Punkt DB schema is out of date. Die Aktion wird uns entsprechend positiv quittiert.

Bild: Bildschirmhardcopy Horde "Configuration"

Um zur Konfiguration von Turba zu gelangen, klicken wir nun auf den Punkt Adressbuch (turba).

Bild: Bildschirmhardcopy Horde "Configuration"

Auf den nun zur Verfügung stehenden Reitern, erfolgt die Konfiguration der Horde-Applikation Turba.

$conf[menu][import_export]                                                     [✔]

Clients

$conf[client][addressbook]                                                     None

Exchange GAL

$conf[gal][addressbook]                                                        None

Shares

$conf[shares][source]                                                          localsql

Comments

$conf[comments][allow]                                                         [✔]

Virtual File Storage

 $conf[documents][type]                                                        Horde defaults

Am Ende unserer Konfigurationsarbeit, sichern wir die Konfiguration mit einem Klick auf die Schaltfläche: Bild: Schaltfläche "Adressbuch-Konfiguration erzeugen" Die erfolgreiche Sicherung wird uns entsprechend angezeigt. Bild: Bestätigung der erfolgreichen Sicherung

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