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berlakovich

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Has anyone successfully connected to KMS 6.5 beta 7 using Evolution or Mozilla Lightning as a client? Seems I cannot get over the authentication, since I get prompted for username/password over and over.

anyone has a suggestion?
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M Moogle

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I think I've gotten close with using something like this:
https://servername.example.com/caldav/example.com/username/C alendar
Thunderbird w/ Lightning will accept my username/password, but then complains
"The resource at https://servername.example.com/caldav/example.com/username/C alendar is a DAV collection but not a CalDAV calendar".
I've tried with and without the Calendar at the end and it doesn't seem to make a difference. Any other URLs I tried would result in a "Not a DAV" location, so what I have above seems closer, at least.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Lightning (Sunbird) does not have support for user principals in CalDAV account. You have to reference every single calendar by the URL. In such case use URL: http://server/calendars/domain/user/calendarname

Please remember that this is a beta version which may differ from final build.
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Does anyone know whether 6.5 will fully support Thunderbird with the Lightening Calendar extension? I'm thinking that a combination of Thunderbird via IMAP and Lighting via CalDAV might be a suitable alternative to Outlook that some users have been looking for. On 6.4 Lightening users could only subscribe as read only. It would be nice if it finally has read/write access. Apple does not have this problem because 10.5 comes with the new iCal support for CalDAV, but Windows users are still stuck with either Outlook with KOC or using webmail. The problem is, not all Windows users have Outlook and those who do not have Outlook, may not want to have to log into webmail each time they want to access their account. Some like to have a desktop app that is not Outlook. I know that 6.5 is soon to be released, but does anyone have any experiences to share while working with the 6.5 beta? Thanks!

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benodilo

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I'm very interest too.
In Kerio 6.4 i can only read calendar with Lightening...

[Updated on: Mon, 14 January 2008 13:55]

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jaikudo

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Wed, 28 November 2007 21:25

Lightning (Sunbird) does not have support for user principals in CalDAV account. You have to reference every single calendar by the URL. In such case use URL: http://server/calendars/domain/user/calendarname


I am trying this in 6.5 (released version) and Sunbird 0.7. It is working fairly well. Appointments and Tasks are transferred in both directions, so it is functional enough to be useful.

Is there any way to get Sunbird to map the Calendars/Tasks in the Public Folders?

Is there any way to make Sunbird map the shared Calendars/Tasks of other users?

Is there any way to make Sunbird pick up the Free/Busy data?

Is there any way to send appointments to the other attendees using Sunbird (or for Sunbird to make KMS do it)? I don't think Sunbird has any e-mail settings. Can Lightning do this?

How does KMS know what Tasks folder goes with each Calendar?

[Updated on: Wed, 20 February 2008 10:58]

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