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grouik

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Hi,

I need to add new entries in the calendar on a regular basis with a script. I thought of generating .eml files directly in the <user>/Calendar/#msgs/ directory. Can I do it that way ? What are the pros and cons and what should I take care of ? Any other way to do to accomplish it ? Thanks for any help.

--Gildas.
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grouik wrote on Fri, 06 July 2007 16:22

... I thought of generating .eml files directly in the <user>/Calendar/#msgs/ directory. ...

Not a good idea. Simply placing a (correctly formatted) eml-file in the correct folder won't put the appointment in the user's Calendar. You would also need to let KMS re-index that folder, which is not something you want done too many times. (User has to be offline, possibly messes up messages flags, etc.)

I guess as long as there's no (publicly disclosed) API (which is not forthcoming AFAIK) it will not be possible to create such scripts reliably.
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grouik

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Thanks for your reply. I'm not surprised this is not a good idea but I really need a way to generate new entries in calendars via scripting. So I think I will investigate the way it is done thru the Web interface, my last chance, I hope... And yes, an API would be very much appreciate for expanding KMS. Yoohoo! kerio dev. guys, do you hear us ? Smile

--G.
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