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it-purchasing@uaudio.com

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We would like to have a few calendars that can be accessed by people outside the company (i.e. people without email accounts on our Kerio server). Is this possible within Kerio Webmail or am i going to have to set something else up? I have a php script that will convert ics files on the fly into a webpage which i thought could work but cant figure out where these ics files get created. I tried pointing the php script to the web address (http://<kerio_server>/ical/<domain>/<user>/calendar) and this doesnt work.

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curl http://serverip/ical/username<_a.t_>domain -u username:password > /tmp/ical/tempnaem.ics

does the trick for me in getting the ics.
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thanks, that's exactly what i ended up doing. im using iphpcalendar to create the pages, and i added the exec curl into it to grab teh ics files.
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