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10.5: iCal now accepts subscriptions via https Apps
On a whim I tried getting Leopard's iCal to subscribe to my private Google Calendar feed, which it has previously not been able to cope with due to the https:// protocol being used. It now works fine!
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10.5: iCal now accepts subscriptions via https
Authored by: HeelToe on Nov 23, '07 09:56:55AM

Is anyone having trouble publishing calendars in Leopard that published properly in Tiger? My work calendar has a fair amount of data, but will not publish. iCal complains of a "code 30" in its failure popup. I have tried export/new calendar/import/publish, and it still doesn't work.

Any ideas? Thanks!



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10.5: iCal now accepts subscriptions via https
Authored by: lastfuture on Nov 23, '07 12:30:06PM

In Tiger you could just have used http instead of https. that worked just fine for me. the added security of my data is a welcome addition though



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10.5: iCal now accepts subscriptions via https
Authored by: zkarj on Nov 24, '07 12:26:52AM

@lastfuture, I tried that and it didn't work for me. I should qualify that I am using a hosted domain setup, so perhaps that worked for 'standard' Google accounts. BTW, are you "lastfuture" as on the PMN?



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