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    Default Add calendar name to public calendar view

    When viewing a public calendar, I'd like to have the calendar name displayed on-page so that it's clear which calendar you're viewing. Is this already an option and/or how can we accomplish this?

    Thanks in advance for any help,
    Amber

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    Welcome to the forums,
    I assume you're talking about an HTML REST view of a public cal embedded in a webpage such that you can't tell just by the page title or from the Url: server.domain.com/zimbra/home/username/Calendar.html (ie: are you pulling it so dynamically that you can't display a title next to it?)

    The names is listed in the bottom left where you can click to get an .ics:

    You could open an RFE in bugzilla if you'd like to ask that the calendar name be displayed elsewhere.

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    If you wanted, you could have frames, with a top frame that has the calendar title. Also potentially, you could have a quick rewrite script to stick in something just below the <body>.

    Of course, those would require you having a different URL for people to view the calendar.

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