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jhtinc

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The documentation makes it fairly clear how to subscribe to a public calendar - but I really can't puzzle out how to publish a public calendar from iCal at all.

What I thought I should be shooting for is to publish as:

http://mail.clientdomainname.com/ical/public/
with the username as the same as the mail username. But that doesn't work.

And I'm presuming that if I can get that, I can subscribe with just the subscribing users' credentials.

-Josh
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Lyle M

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Hi josh,

I am fairly sure you have the URL format correct. Make sure the user account has write privileges for the public folder.

-Lyle

[Updated on: Tue, 18 July 2006 01:04]

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jhtinc

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Maybe that's the part that's escaping me - I can't see any real way to configure that.

I'm still working on it, but for now we're using icalx.com to share with.
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Lyle M

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Write privileges are established per user in the Kerio Administration Console.

Under "Domain Settings" select "Users."

Open the specific user you wish to mod.

Public folder write privs are set under the "Rights" tab - a simple checkbox.

Hope that does the trick for you.

-Lyle

[Updated on: Tue, 18 July 2006 05:10]

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