Posted by Josh, Last modified by on 03 December 2010 03:15 PM
|Sharing your calendar via Internet in IceWarp 10
This option allows you to see your calendar in your Outlook (or any other) client, or to share your calendar with any user, whether that user’s account is on the same server or not. This option only allows you to read, and not to edit the calendar. If you want to edit events on your IceWarp calendar or to allow shared users to edit them in Outlook, you will have to use the Outlook Connector.
First, you will have to link to your calendar. You can get the URL from your Webmail:
Navigate to Tools-->Licenses/Integration and scroll down to Internet Calendar.
Another option is the basic calendar:
strong>http://[hostname]/firstname.lastname@example.org> -With this option, you can share your calendar directly via a browser.
Sharing your calendar
To share your calendar, you will need to grant Folder Access Rights for that particular calendar to everyone with read rights:
Share the following URL:http://[hostname]/email@example.com. If a user sets his Outlook Internet Calendar URL to this URL,he will be able to see any public events on your calendar.
Microsoft Outlook Setup
Navigate to the Tools > Account settings … > Internet Calendars tab. Click “New” and enter the following URL:http:///firstname.lastname@example.org
The screenshot below shows the public URL for user email@example.com>(the hostname is 127.0.0.1)
When you click the Add button, your calendar will be displayed on the list:
Your shared calendar appears in Other Calendars.
Events from your shared calendar appear on the user’s calendar: