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I just set up a Leopard client to sync calendars with KMS via CalDav. iCal is able to connect and import my calendar and all public calendars; however, in iTunes I cannot specify my main Calendar as the calendar to add new events created on the iPhone. The calendar is listed as a calendar to sync with, but doesn't show up in the dropdown menu to select the calendar where to put new events created on the iPhone.

Furthermore, none of the public folders show up as in the list of calendars to sync with the iPhone. Previously, using Kerio iSync connector, I was able to sync whatever public folders I selected and choose which Calendar new events created on the iPhone would be added to.

Any thoughts?
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Caldav is quite a different animal than the old Sync Connector method. with Caldav you're actually modifying the server directly, not a local calendar that gets pushed up to the server.

I've been wrestling with the iPHone and public calendars for a while now and also can't get them to sync. You might try Missing Sync if it's important to you as it could do it.

I've found quite a few programs like Daylite, Contactizer Pro, all don't work with Caldav calendars because it's not synced locally.

I think the ultimate solution is to have OTA caldav syncing for the iPhone however that's up to Apple to come out with.

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Check out this CalDAV thread for more information about public calendars in iCal 3 (Leopard). Some interesting notes about permissions, though no solution to the lack of iPhone syncing. rt=0&S=0a8348ebbf562cffd55c1982e1f9a5d7

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