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mrfen

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I need some help accessing my Calendar. Right now, I have a calendar that is being sync'd with my smartphone in the directory Calendar. When I tried to sync with iCal, it always wants to append Frank.iCal on any directory I try to access. So, when I use http://mail.aocserver.com/ical/frank.nichols<.a.t.>aidoncall.com/Calendar, it creates a directory Frank.iCal in the directory Calendar. Calendar is the one I want to get to. Is there a way to stop this from happening -- appending the Frank.iCal at the end of the directory?
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Frank
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This is an update to what I have tried so far. I changed the iCal calendar to be http://mail.aidoncall.com/ical, and then renamed the directory Frank.iCal, and did a symbolic link from Frank.iCal to Calendar. This seemed to work and the first time, I was able to sync. Then I went to my phone, and, to get rid of some duplications that happend in the process, I deleted one of the dups. Now I keep getting the following error from my phone: 0x85010014. When I look at the error logs, I am getting the following error: ASyncAirSync.cpp: ActiveSyncAirSyncCommand::InsertNewEvent: Unable to insert VEvent. Suggestions?
Thanks,
Frank
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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mrfen wrote on Sat, 09 December 2006 08:04

I need some help accessing my Calendar. Right now, I have a calendar that is being sync'd with my smartphone in the directory Calendar. When I tried to sync with iCal, it always wants to append Frank.iCal on any directory I try to access. So, when I use http://mail.aocserver.com/ical/frank.nichols<.a.t.>aidoncall.com/Calendar, it creates a directory Frank.iCal in the directory Calendar. Calendar is the one I want to get to. Is there a way to stop this from happening -- appending the Frank.iCal at the end of the directory?
Thanks,
Frank



This is correct. Apple iCal can subscribe or publish certain calendars from/to a remote location. Unfortunately, iCal subscribe/publish always whole calendar. This means that calendar published to KMS cannot be changed in WebMail (it is read-only) as it is always overwritten on next publishing.

You're trying to publish a calendar named Frank to the Calendar folder. Each calendar in iCal is published to KMS as a separate folder. This cannot be changed.
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mrfen wrote on Sat, 09 December 2006 17:44

This is an update to what I have tried so far. I changed the iCal calendar to be http://mail.aidoncall.com/ical, and then renamed the directory Frank.iCal, and did a symbolic link from Frank.iCal to Calendar. This seemed to work and the first time, I was able to sync. Then I went to my phone, and, to get rid of some duplications that happend in the process, I deleted one of the dups. Now I keep getting the following error from my phone: 0x85010014. When I look at the error logs, I am getting the following error: ASyncAirSync.cpp: ActiveSyncAirSyncCommand::InsertNewEvent: Unable to insert VEvent. Suggestions?
Thanks,
Frank



Please do not use symbolic links in the message store. It leads to troubles as you describe.
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mrfen

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ok, so I restored from a backup and I am working, again.

This begs the question as to how I can sync my iCalendar with my Calendar so that it will sync with my cellphone. I do have groupcal and are willing to use it -- but I cannot log in with it.

This is what I need to be able to do ---
Sync between iCal, Address Book and Mail on my Mac with the mail server, then be able to sync that with OTA Activesync on my Q.

Even if I need to write perl scripts to get them to work, I would be willing to do that.

Thanks,
Frank
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Bump

I'm the exact same situation. We are roughly 10 people and we don't want to have to buy Office 2004 just to be able to sync our Macs with our PDAs. There has to be a way...

[Updated on: Tue, 12 December 2006 14:23]

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I agree --- one of the reasons that I am thinking of buying Kerio's mail server is that I expected it to interface better with the Mac.

Address Book is working very nicely --- if I can just get iCal to sync, I would have everything that I need.

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