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consiglieri

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Hi

I was curious if there is any documentation on accessing Kerios calendar with perl or python scripts.

I have this intranet and sometimes there are calendar items i would want to access using for instance a perl/cgi script.

Anyone else doing this or know of any Kerio documentation on this?

Thanks
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pcunix

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Well, :"access" is easy - these are just text files of standard format that you could read with any script.

Do you mean you want to create or change calendar items? That's unfortunately more difficult.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You can achieve this by implementing a CalDAV or iCalendar client.
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consiglieri

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What I meant was retrieving lets say todays posts in my calendar.
I have tried using CalDAVClientlibrary for python, and i can log on to the server but am at a loss as to how to retrieve info.

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