KAddressBook on a server?

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I see there have been some advances in KAddressBook,
eg it can now use my Google contacts.

But I'm wondering if it is possible to keep KAdddressBook contacts
on my server, so that they are available anywhere on my LAN?

At present I am using an OpenLDAP contact list on the server.
KMail can see this, but I don't think I can add contacts
from KAddressBook (or KMail) to the OpenLDAP database.
It's a bit hard to tell, as the KAddressBook online manual
is seriously deficient.

(I suppose one shouldn't complain too much, 
as previously it was 1 line long.
But I don't understand how people can go to so much trouble
developing an application, and not document it properly,
or sometimes at all.)





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Timothy Murphy  
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