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Hi,

I need a step-by-step guide for users to explain how to display colleague's shared calendar on their iPhone via CalDAV.

I can't find a step-by-step guide online so I have written my own.

Do the following steps represent best practice:


============Guide Starts====================


1. Login to webmail (either on your iPhone or your desktop computer) at http://www.mycompany.com/webmail

2. Go to Settings > Subscribe shared folders.

3. Enter the username of the person whose calendar you require, then click OK.

4. In the window that opens, check the calendars you require.

5. Click OK when done

--- repeat 2-5 as necessary for different colleagues ---

6. On the iPhone, go to http://www.mycompany.com/webmail

7. Do not log in. Instead click Use CalDav, CardDAV,IMAP instead.

8. Enter your username & password when prompted.

9. Click Install when asked to Install Profile.

10. When the profile has been installed, click Done.


You should now have the shared calendar(s) available on your phone.


============Guide Ends====================


Please advise if there is a better/faster method that the above.

Many thanks,

ft.

[Updated on: Thu, 31 October 2013 20:41]

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In addition to the above I need best practice/step-by-step for removing a colleague's calendar from an iOS device.


Thanks,

ft.
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