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benodilo

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Hi,

I try to use Thunderbird + Ligntning.
I can now import the calendar (cool !) but I can't publish form Thunderbird to KMS:
Error message :
"Publishing the calendar file failed
Status code: 403: Forbidden"

Somebody have a solution ?

Server : 6.4.1
Thunderbird : 2.0.0.4
Lightning : 0.5

I can see documentation for Windows Calendar, Icalc, etc.. but nothing for Thunderbird. It's really too bad.

Best regards.
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benodilo

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For google calendar an extension exist :
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/4631

It's the same solution for KMS ?

[Updated on: Fri, 27 July 2007 13:51]

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nmclaughlin

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Kerio, please explain what is broken or if the root cause of the problem is unknown, publish a response indicating the priority of this matter.


Thanks,
Neil
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benodilo

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Nothing is broken.
Kerio developer as responding lightning can only import calendar from KMS as is time.
I would like know the priority too.

[Updated on: Mon, 06 August 2007 11:18]

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rpelle

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Can you explain to me how to import the KMS calendar?

Thanks in advance,

Rob
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benodilo wrote on Fri, 27 July 2007 13:45

Hi,

I try to use Thunderbird + Ligntning.
I can now import the calendar (cool !) but I can't publish form Thunderbird to KMS:
Error message :
"Publishing the calendar file failed
Status code: 403: Forbidden"

Somebody have a solution ?

Server : 6.4.1
Thunderbird : 2.0.0.4
Lightning : 0.5

I can see documentation for Windows Calendar, Icalc, etc.. but nothing for Thunderbird. It's really too bad.

Best regards.


Can you explain to me how to import the KMS calendar with Thunderbird/Lightning?

Thanks in advance,
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benodilo

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Hello,

It's so simple, juste read the kerio documentation for windows calendar or icalc.
Your url is something that https://server/ical/user<_a.t_>yourdomain/calendar
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rpelle

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benodilo wrote on Sun, 19 August 2007 23:11

Hello,

It's so simple, juste read the kerio documentation for windows calendar or icalc.
Your url is something that https://server/ical/user<_a.t_>yourdomain/calendar


When I use the rule: https://bromsnor/ical/user<_a.t_>domain/calendar I get an errormessage: publishing the calendar file failed, status code: 403: forbidden
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benodilo

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As this time is not possible to publish.
Only suscribe calendar is possible.
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rpelle

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benodilo wrote on Mon, 20 August 2007 21:10

As this time is not possible to publish.
Only suscribe calendar is possible.


As we already have a calender in KMS6.4, on which I have tried to subscribe to but failed, can you explain how to subscribe to the KMS 6.4 calender so I can see what I'm doing wrong.
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benodilo

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First you must have the same versions , I have :
KMS 6.4.1
Thunderbird 2.0.6
Lightning 0.5

[Updated on: Tue, 21 August 2007 13:17]

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benodilo wrote on Tue, 21 August 2007 13:16

First you must have the same versions , I have :
KMS 6.4.1
Thunderbird 2.0.6
Lightning 0.5

I'm using KMS 6.4.1 build 3679, Thunderbird 2.0.0.6 and Lighting 0.7 pre

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