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I don't get it around the support of CalDAV / iCAL in the new KMS 6.5 version.

I'm trying to let Sunbird or Rainlendar work with my personal KMS Calendar but none of them work the way I want.

I'm trying to connect to webcal://server/caldav/domain/user/Calendar or

When I'm connected I see the items in my calendar but when I want to add something the application gives errors and the KMS debug log tells me things like this:

[26/Feb/2008 21:08:30][3900] {webdav} PUT /ical/ received from remote host='', user-agent='Rainlendar-NetworkPlugin/1.1'

[26/Feb/2008 21:08:30][3900] {webdav} iCal(PUT): Publishing to non-iCal folder is not allowed - forbidden.

And with the CalDAV adress it also doesn't work.

When I'm trying to connect with Sunbird it also doesn't work.

Is it possible to use one these applications under windows with full calendar functionallity like in webmail or KOC ????

Kind regards,

Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The URLs are wrong. /ical is only for iCalendar subscribing/publishing and /caldav is only for Apple iCal.

See rt=0
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