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simon1663

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I am trying to promote Kerio against Google Calendar

Does Kerio calendar server allow accepting of events via GET/POST methods to a user's calendar

Particular customer of ours has a legacy application which does scheduling and they want user's calendar in kerio to be updated with the produced schedule. We can develop the application that can POST to kerio-> but does kerio accept such event?

Can anybody answer?
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steven

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i don't know if it is exactly what you mean, but i send a calendar invitation to my email address, just accepting that adds a new calendar item.
all this with the help of php and the phpmailer class.

it's not perfect at all, as it does not add the description eg. but for now it works for me, and from time to time, i try to make it better.
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