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jcooper

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Hi,

I've tried a few different wordpress plugins but couldn't get any of them to work. If there any way to have a public or shared Kerio calendar display in a Wordpress page or widget? If you have gotten this to work, I'd like to pick your brains if it's ok. I can't seem to connect to the feed even when I use the url meant for ics (iCal).

One (all_in_one_event_calendar) said it work if I turned on allow_url_fopen in php.ini. But messing with that file shutdown my web server so I would rather not try that again if there's another way.

Thanks,

Jeff
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Spacey

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Months / years ago I played with a different but similar topic: Integrate Kerio calendars into Joomla CMS. I failed in the end but it would have been possible to go via google calendars. So the idea was to somehow sync the Kerio calendar with google calendars and then use a plugin that would display google calendars.

So not the final solution for you but a hint & tip Wink
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