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Hi forum folks.

I'm looking for a nice and easy way to publish a new (or existing) Kerio Mail Server calendar, on the web (read-only) for external users to read.

The other wish for this request, is that it get updated semi-regularly (e.g. every few hours), to reflect when new appointments are added.

As an example...

I'd like "Bob" to publish a calendar (lets call it "roster"). Bob doesn't care who can read the "roster" calendar. He adds appointments in there, so that "Jane" and "Sue" can read it. Jane and Sue would ideally go to their web browser, and type in a URL (or click on a link), to be shown the calendar (e.g. month or week view), so that they can see the events that Bob has made.

Ideally Jane and Sue wouldn't need a password to access this calendar. But if need be, they'd be happy to enter one if they had to.

Any ideas on an easy way to implement this?
(We're running OS X 10.5 Servers and OS X 10.5 workstations, and we DO have the ability the publicly share a web volume if necessary. We could entertain third-party plugins etc. if necessary -- but we're looking for the most simple, elegant way of doing this ultimately. We DO want it to be end-user friendly).

Cheers,
D.

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