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Want to have my calendar visible by a user outside the domain that uses google calendar. Followed the instructions with the URL, but for the first few attempts Google kept saying 'Unable to Parse URL'. Now it has accepted the URL, but no calendar data is being displayed. The calendar has been set with Anonymous Read Access to the calendar. Any suggestions on how to get this to work?

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I've followed the instructions in http://kb.kerio.com/981 and successfully imported my Kerio Connect calendar into my Google calendar. When you enable the public sharing, a URL is provided to you - that URL is NOT the one that goes into Google Calendar. Use the format suggested in the KB article.

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I have a user who wants to do this. When I set up the test on my accounts, I discovered that https:// will not work in the iCal URL, but other than that it worked, even if it was pretty slow to grab events. The user tried it and got an error "We could not parse the calendar at the URL". I tried to add his Kerio calendar to my Google calendar using the iCal URL and got the same error. I've asked him to confirm public sharing on his calendar. Is there something else to try?
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