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Just set this up at our office and thought I would share my setup.

If you need a web based company calendar for your employees that are not neccessarily logged into Kerio MailServer you can use PHPiCalendar to display a calendar served on KMS.

You can download and review PHPiCalendar here:

1. Create Public Calendar on Kerio MailServer

2. Install PHPiCalendar

3. Create script on server hosting PHPiCalendar to copy calendar from KMS to PHPiCalendar's "calendar" folder as a .ics file. Below is the example of script I created:
# (Copy calendar from KMS to temp file on PHPiCalendar server)
curl -u username:password > /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/temp.ics

# (Remove timezone from KMS .ics file, PHPiCalendar doesn't like it)
sed -e 's/"Pacific Time (US & Canada), Tijuana"/""/g' /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/temp.ics > /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/Company.ics

# (Set proper file permissions)
chown www-data /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/Company.ics
chgrp www-data /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/Company.ics

# (Remove temp file)
rm /var/intranet/phpicalendar/calendars/temp.ics

4. Schedule script to run periodically via a cron job (crontab -e)

NOTE: Above is for OS X or Linux box hosting PHPiCalendar. I have no idea how you would do this on a Windows box. It's unlikely you would host PHPiCalendar on a Windows box anyway.

Hope this is of some value to someone.

[Updated on: Thu, 13 April 2006 22:58]


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BTW : for people that wants to include calendars in a Java (Web or otherwise) application, I was able to do it by using Jakarta Commons HTTP Client 3.0 ( and iCal4J (, can be useful for showing the calendars in a portal.
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