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Convert Outlook calendars into iCal calendars
Authored by: MightyB on Nov 17, '05 06:59:27AM

I use iCalShare to find great calendars availabe for iCal.


http://icalshare.com/



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Convert Outlook calendars into iCal calendars
Authored by: cougar718 on Nov 17, '05 09:55:48AM

Great, now you can go import some official schedules, and post them to iCalShare as iCal calendars :P

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Rick alias cougar



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Convert Outlook calendars into iCal calendars
Authored by: pairof9s on Nov 17, '05 06:34:13PM

Actually, I think that's his point. You don't need to use this hint if you're looking for sports calendars for iCal. iCalShare has a plethora of sports schedules for all types of sports, teams, and levels that you can subscribe to.



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Convert Outlook calendars into iCal calendars
Authored by: cougar718 on Nov 17, '05 07:14:44PM

Okay. This hint was not geared towards finding sport schedules but to announce/share an importer that I created which takes schedules exported by Microsoft Outlook using comma-separated values format. iCalShare did not have the schedule for my team. So, I created the importer.

I have already received many emails sharing their thoughts and reasons for using this importer and all of them are the reason why I created it in the first place. That being, if they, they being an association, club, website, etc. offer a schedule, it's not going to be in iCal format. And so far, some of those who have emailed me are members of some sort of group and the group offers a calendar with 100s of entries and the calendar is not able to imported by iCal which they prefer to use.

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Rick alias cougar



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Convert Outlook calendars into iCal calendars
Authored by: bkemper on Nov 19, '05 12:28:04PM
That being, if they, they being an association, club, website, etc. offer a schedule, it's not going to be in iCal format.
Why not? iCal uses the open iCalendar format, which Mozilla also uses. There is no reason not to use that format. I believe Outlook will even import it.

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