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Publish iCal calendars without .Mac
Authored by: Zuul on Jun 15, '06 11:09:28AM
I use iCal Exchange (www.icalx.com) as well, and it's great. It also has the added bonus of being able to have password protected (called private) calendars. You can also have public calendars that are wide open. Very useful!

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