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Has anyone else tried to subscribe to an iCal calendar served up by Kerio with iPhone 3.0 software? CalDav seems to work perfectly, but unfortunately there appears to be no way to view delegates' calendars on the iPhone, so I tried subscribing to a delegate's calendar instead. Although this works perfectly in iCal, it's a no-go on the iPhone 3.0. I simply get a generic "account verification failed." I'm quite certain I've precisely replicated the settings that I successfully used in iCal. Any thoughts? Is this a Kerio issue or an Apple issue? Not that iCal cares, but it does seem that most subscriptions end in .ics, whereas Kerio's subscriptions do not....

Ideally, I'd like to see the ability to view delegates calendars on the iPhone using CalDav, but that is almost certain an Apple issue....

Cheers,
Stephen

EDIT: Just saw a mini-discussion on this matter in the post about GAL vs. Public Folders Contacts. Looks like CalDav, though it may work on the surface, has issues. Perhaps all the more reason a subscription would be nice in interim since it theoretically won't be affected by the time zone issue. Or would it be? Regardless, are these issues Kerio can workaround or are we stuck without Apple's cooperation?

[Updated on: Thu, 18 June 2009 02:09]


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