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jcooper

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Hi Folks,

What I'm really trying to do is publish a resource calendar in a way that staff can see it (read, not necessarily write) without having to mess around with becoming delegates, etc. Ideally, they could simply go to a URL and there the calendar will be.

While experimenting with google, I keep getting "could not fetch URL" errors when I try to connect. Kerio says the link that should work is https://mail.domain.com/ical/domain.com/resourcename/Calenda r

obviously, swap out "domain" and "resourcename" for real ones.

I have read permissions for anonymous users set on the calendar and can connect to it fine if I use the same link from iCal. Is there something about google calendars I am missing?

Or, is there a better way to do what I am doing (share a resource calendar via a web page).

Thanks,

Jeff
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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AFAIK Google has problems when subscribing calendar which requires user authentication or use HTTPS. I would try to use HTTP and set access rights in calendar to 'anyone'.
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jcooper

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Thanks. I tried both http and https and got the same result. I have anonymous and all users (in my domain and ALL all) set to Reader.
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