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rigo

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would like to share calendar on a webpage so all can see whats going on with particular user/calendar, any ideas...

https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/41207?hl=en

thanks for the help,
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Charles B

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rigo wrote on Fri, 21 March 2014 05:45
would like to share calendar on a webpage ...



Not directly, or at least I haven't been able to find a way.

If you're willing to look into a kludgy workaround, there are quite a few options in 3rd party web calendars. One I experimented with was Webcalendar (from k5n.us). It can be set up as a public webpage calendar, and can pull data from other remote calendars such as Kerio's. In theory, it can be automated to refresh at intervals, but I didn't get that far with it.

If this is a really important feature, you may want to explore different collaboration software--Zimbra for example provides that ability. So does Horde. When I was trying to make this work, I actually got Kronolith (the Horde calendar application) to sync my Kerio calendar, and then embedded my externally visible Kronolith calendar in a web page. Kronolith calendars are really ugly though, and the daisy-chaining of the calendar sync was both slow and fragile. I eventually abandoned the whole idea of an events calendar synced to Kerio.




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rigo

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yea had not seen much written about this from Kerio, too bad as it just makes sense to publish calendars from same source.

thank you for all your info, looks like we will just have to keep them in the ipads for now.

thanks again
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I did this for a while with an ASP.NET iCal client code that I got for cheap. Worked really well, though not quite perfect. If you search for iCal client tools you should be able to find quite a few.

[Updated on: Sun, 23 March 2014 04:18]

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rigo

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interesting, thanks for the tip Wink

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At our site, I addressed this problem with my own gateway app, which queries the Kerio Calendar-Server via a CalCAV Report-Requests and then generates HTML-Output from the iCalendar-Data received from the server.
This woks, but was a pain in the butt to implement, simply because the iCalendar-Format (RFC 5545) is extremely unclear in certain crucial topics.
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