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j.turley

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Is it possible to subscribe to a shared Kerio calendar from Gmail?

If so does anyone know what the URL might look like.

Thanks

Jason
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TorW

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Yes it's possible. Log in to webmail, right click on the calendar folder, select "Use in calendar client" and use the URL which appears under "Google calendar".
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j.turley

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Thanks for that, but it doesn't seem to work!

I have gone into webmail, set the access rights to anonymous as a reader, copied the calendar URL and pasted that into Google calendar but no events load.

Any clues guys?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Search this forum, it has been discussed several times.
Gmail has some restrictions: it does not work over HTTPS, the calendar has a maximum size limit (I think it is 1MB), etc.
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Pasman

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It is possible with a small tweak: Log in to webmail, right click on the calendar folder, select "Use in calendar client" and use the URL which appears under "Google calendar". But first change the "'h tt p://'" to "'web cal://'" and make sure that the word "Calendar" is written without a capital at the beginning.
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