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pzingg

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Is it possible to export all the events in a user's calendar to an Apple iCal-compatible .ics file?

I am evaluating Kerio, and poking around. Apparently events are stored in .eml files and in a SQLite database. Is there a plugin to export events to .ics or an API that administrators can use to access a user's events?

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mrshermanoaks

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Unless I'm missing something, can't you just pull the .ics file from the http URL?

You should be able to get the file from: http://www.server.com/ical/domain/username/calendarfolder
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Yes, you can import kerio Calendar, unless you use Mac OS X 10.3.9 with iCal 1.55. This one has the problem, that you can import the kerio calendar, but when ever you try to update this imported calendar, iCal hangs with spinning beachball.

iCal 2.0 from OS X 10.4.x does not have this problem, cause iCal
2.0 is handling its calendarfiles in an other way as 1.5.5 does.

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mauce

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Can it be done the other round as well?
Is it possible to import Ical data into Kerio calendar?

If yes, what is the right procedure?
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olaf

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I may be missing the obvious here, but I am still struggling to ghet this to work (despite having read the admin manual etc. several times);

- we have a KMS at a certain IP address (let's say '192.168.1.100')
- the domain that's set up for it is let's say 'mycompany.com'
- I am user 'm.smith'
- in my Calendar folder I have created a sub calendar 'vacation'

I have tried the following URLs from within our intranet both in Safari web browser as well as in the "Subscribe" dialog in iCal 2.0.2 (I am runing 10.4.2 on my machine):

http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation /
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation/
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation .ics
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation.ics

but haven't had any success so far. What's the bit I am missing?

Also - on one side I have my private calendars, and I can also have public calendars: can I subsribe or publish to them the same way? How do I access a private one versus the public one?

Olaf
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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olaf wrote on Tue, 06 December 2005 11:49

I may be missing the obvious here, but I am still struggling to ghet this to work (despite having read the admin manual etc. several times);

- we have a KMS at a certain IP address (let's say '192.168.1.100')
- the domain that's set up for it is let's say 'mycompany.com'
- I am user 'm.smith'
- in my Calendar folder I have created a sub calendar 'vacation'

I have tried the following URLs from within our intranet both in Safari web browser as well as in the "Subscribe" dialog in iCal 2.0.2 (I am runing 10.4.2 on my machine):

http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation /
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation/
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation .ics
http://192.168.1.100/mycompany.com/m.smith/vacation.ics

but haven't had any success so far. What's the bit I am missing?

Also - on one side I have my private calendars, and I can also have public calendars: can I subsribe or publish to them the same way? How do I access a private one versus the public one?

Olaf



Correct URL is: http://192.168.1.100/ical/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vac ation

Please note, the URL must contain folder /ical/.

[Updated on: Tue, 06 December 2005 12:11]

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olaf

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Hi Pavel,

OK, I now understand where to insert the 'ical' portion of the URL.

Still it doesn't work. Let me further explain how I am trying to approch this:

for my account I have created a subfolder named 'vacation' under 'Calendar' holding my 'vacation' calendar. I have entered one event there and expect to receive that in my iCal calendar upon subscribing to this 'vacation' calendar.

So I'd expect this to work:

http://192.168.1.100/ical/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vac ation

though it still gives me "No calendar was found on http://192.168.1.100/ical/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vac ation. Please check the URL.

I then tried to include my username and password (in Ical 2.0.2 there is no advanced option where you could enter a username or password) by entering the following URL:

http://m.smith:the_password<_at_>192.168.1.100/ical/mycompany.com/m.smith/Calendar/vacation

but the effect is still the same. I have the impression I am damn close - but what is it that I am not getting right in my URL? Any further pointers?

Olaf
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Photon Beam

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Hey Olaf,

I know your surname, it isn't Smith, and our Mailserver isn't in the 192.168.0.0/24 Net ;-))


Admin meeting 10:00 on Monday?!


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Lyle M

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Hi Olaf,

This link to the KMS manual page may be helpful when you need a URL reference:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch34s02.html

You might want to check your server's firewall settings. Also, have you moved your http to a port # other than 80?

Good luck,
Lyle Millander
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