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Synch iCal via FTP using Transmit
Authored by: geekpunk on Mar 04, '05 09:10:28AM

agreed... i use phpicalendar... using web dave and its dead simple...

if your running apache look at the docs, for apache 2, its literaly 1 directory directive to turn on webdav, do so for the caldendars folder in your phpicalendar install.

Then you subscribe/publish from ical change from .mac to webdav... fill in the blanks and your ready to go.... updates as you update etc



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Synch iCal via FTP using Transmit
Authored by: Nikolay Komarov on Apr 21, '06 01:59:43AM

It's not as easy as you say!
iCal itself doesn't support remote calendars, and if you publish some calendar to subscrobe to t from some other computer, your calenar will be read-only there.
The only known workaround for this is mounting a remote webDAV-share and putting this folder instead of the iCal's working folder (described here: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20050414182034814 )



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