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Hello,

I did'nt know how can I find the right url to give to outlook for anonymousely reading a calendar stored in the public folder of a domain.

For exemple : a calendar named "untest" stored on the public folders of the domain "undomaine.be" and shared "anonymousely access" set to reading. What is the correct url for outlook (open as ical format) ?

Thanks a lot,
Amaury
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CnetTech

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Nobody know the solution ?

Amaury
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Calendars in the Public folders are automatically synchronized to Outlook when using Kerio Outook Connector. There is no need to subscribe it.

If you want to subscribe calendar from another domain, use http://mailserver/ical/public/company_name/#public<_at_>domain/name_of _calendar.ics

BTW: This "synchronization" is not efficient because it always downloads whole calendar.

BTW2: This information is available in this forum and in the product manual.
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Hi Pavel,

Thanks for your reply but I dont understand what I need put in the subscribe line as "company_name". Can you give me an exemple ?

Thanks for your help,
Amaury
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Hi, somes news about company_name ?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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it is the name of your email domain.
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