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jhtinc

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Here's the goal my client has, and I'm wondering if there's a way to make this happen. They have a web site that they use to manage staff schedules. It works well for them. They also now have a Connect server, and they are using it to manage mail along with individual and company calendars. What they would like to do if possible is this: they want to have a public folder that is linked to RSS or a generated ICS file that comes from the website. This way they could view the staffing calendar within their calendar client (Typically iCal, Outlook Mac, or Outlook Windows - they are a mixed platform shop).

Of course, it could also be done as a feed to the individual calendar clients, but they'd like to do it the first way - mainly because that would also provide a unified view in webmail. Is it possible for a public calendar to be populated by subscription at the server, or are we looking at plan B?
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rickblackdog

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Hi, I'm interested in this for pretty much the exact same reason. Ideally I'd like to end up with some XML from calendars or contacts which can then be used in other sources like mail chimp or an external calendar.

I know I can spit out to google calendars but ideally I'd like to avoid any stepping stones along the way.

Anyone any ideas?
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