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    Default calendar sync with Evolution?

    What URL should I use to point my Evolution client at Zimbra in order to sync up my local calendar?

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    http://<host name>/service/ical

    This will prompt you for a basic auth type dialog. If your using SSL or a different port then you can change the URL above to take that into account.

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    Question hrmmmm... still no worky

    Hrmmm, I tried the URL you list, but two things happen:
    1. Evolution renames the URL to 'webcal://<host>/service/ical/' (instead of http://...)
    2. Neither Zimbra picks up my evolution calendar, nor evolution picks up my zimbra calendar.

    We absolutely need integrated and shared calendaring before we can roll this out company-wide.

    Please advise--

    d.

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    You might need to use:
    Code:
    http://<host name>/service/ical/cal.ics
    as some clients want a filename on the end of the URL.

    full two-way sync with Evolution is on the roadmap with no ETA.

    roland

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