Publishing Calendar

Matth
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Publishing Calendar

Postby Matth » Wed May 23, 2018 2:16 pm

I am trying to publish my calendar to others (giving public read-only access without a password for access) and simply can't find a way to get this to work.

I have tried in Webmail to create a share (as per this: http://www.mailenable.com/documentation/webmail/webframe.html?Published_Calendars.html#Shared_Resources.html and here: http://www.mailenable.com/documentation/webmail/webframe.html?Published_Calendars.html#Shared_Calendars.html) but I don't know where to right click to get that

"Sharing a Calendar

Right click on the Calendar branch in the Folder tree and select Share
Refer to Shared Resources on how to set access levels for the share"

I tried to right click on the calendar in the Options tab in Webmail, but all I get is the context menu of the browser. If I right click on the Email tab, I only get a "new folder" menu.

The domain and the mailbox have the sharing enabled.

What am I doing wrong?

Matth
Posts: 78
Joined: Fri Nov 08, 2002 8:34 am
Location: Hong Kong

Re: Publishing Calendar

Postby Matth » Wed May 23, 2018 2:56 pm

Ok, so I figured out to get that Share option in webmail, you have to enable the related option in the webmail service on the server.

I did that, and could now add the share. It seems I can share my calendar to other users on the same domain, but how can I allow anonymous access to my calendar without a login?

I'm trying to access the calendar from Outlook.

When trying to connect in Outlook to http://domain/Calendar/Name.ics nothing happens.
If I try to connect to http://domain:8080/Calendar/Name.ics I get a login screen requesting a username and password. But I have shared the calendar to anonymous in my mailbox.

Is there even a way to do that?

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