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    I'm trying to post a calendar entry into the Zimbra server. REST appears to only be for retrieval.

    So I'm currently attempting to create a SOAP request using CreateAppointmentRequest

    Again though I dont see any examples of a simple calendar item:

    date
    time
    duration
    subject
    description
    user

    No recurrance or anything fancy, but I am having to decipher a long long soap-calendar and soap files cross referencing, etc etc.

    Any ideas where to get some concise simple examples? When I have one finished, I will post it here.

    Cheers.

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    Default REST POST is the way to go.

    Quote Originally Posted by phingers View Post
    I'm trying to post a calendar entry into the Zimbra server. REST appears to only be for retrieval.
    No, you can definitely use REST POST to add items to a mailbox. This section of the Migration wiki has details.

    One note from that page: You may need to try to POST to
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    https://mail.server.com:<adminport>/zimbraAdmin/service/home/<username>/calendar?fmt=ics
    due to server-side POST redirect issues.
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    I'll give those a try, but none of those examples are posting to the admin interface port.

    Using an admin user, I am trying to post to a different users calendar.

    Just thought I'd give you a quick reply while I try those things to help clarify. Thanks.

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    Finally got it to work importing ICS files, the correct URL is

    http://server.com/service/home/usern...lendar?fmt=ics

    With the admin user authenticated via curl.

    I'm going to try it now with the domain admin user, and see if that would work also.

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    Default 4.0 or 4.5?

    Did that work on 4.5? Or are you running 4.0?
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    I'm running 4.5, havent tried the domain admin user yet, I'm still working through some time zone issues.

    Thanks.

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    okay, so that does not work. The only reason it was working in test mode was because the two users had shared calendars.

    So what is the correct URL for an ADMIN or DOMAIN ADMIN to post a calendar entry via REST to a specific users calendar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phingers View Post
    okay, so that does not work. The only reason it was working in test mode was because the two users had shared calendars.

    So what is the correct URL for an ADMIN or DOMAIN ADMIN to post a calendar entry via REST to a specific users calendar?
    Should be the same URL except using https and the admin port.
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