I am getting ready to install a product called Visix EPS. These are electronic ink (think Kindle) signs that will be placed outside of several meeting spaces to show the scheduled use of those rooms. The server component can take the scheduling data in several forms such as a CSV file, XML, etc.
Is there any way to get resource schedules out of Kerio Connect in some sort of automated way. I see that you can download an iCal file from a standard user with a URL, but you are then prompted for credentials. Entering the resource name does not work.
I am considering reading the .msg files directly from the resource's calendar folder, but this will require writing an app to monitor that folder for new entries.
Any help would be appreciated.
Some years ago I made a local website based on php iCalendar which consolidates calendars from different people. Purpose is for internal sales to be able to see where external sales of an other dept is. The clue is that you have to share-out the users calendar to the user pulling the calendars content.
I use a cronjob which reads the users' calendars on set times. The shell script consists of many wget's:
wget $WOPT --output-document=<user>.ics https://<connect server>/ical/<domain>/<user>
where $WOPT are options like --ca-certificate (check wget man page)
I need to specify <domain> because that server serves several mail-domains.
The output of the wget is a standard ics file which can be used by many apps.
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