Re: [Evolution-hackers] remote calendars in Evolution
- From: Costin Cozan <ccozan andtek com>
- To: evolution-hackers ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution-hackers] remote calendars in Evolution
- Date: Sat, 10 May 2003 17:58:21 +0200
JT Moree wrote:
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I only recently saw the multisync project and will start exploring
using it. I will need to grab
the latest version of Evo and make it work. I am using RH 7.3 and not
sure if all dependencies are met.
Anyway, my server side implementation is just as someone mentioned. A
web server holds the file and
the client simply downloads a changed file and pushes back up when done.
OFF-LINE mode is a problem I have not tackled yet. Multi-sync may fix
The server side of it is also posted at
there writes :
"- Valid user accounts maintained in an htpasswd file located in
hey, we could use an LDAP server for auth, right?
Secondly, IMAP server are capable of fetching and storing remote files,
when you make it think its a mailbox.
Why we would need another server just for this?
I think if somebody uses at full extent the email protocols and with a
bit of intelligence, you can build interesting backend servers.
i attach this link http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2060.txt, and see how
easy is to do that.
Web ICal server.
Ron Smits wrote:
| That is a fun idea, but synchronize how? I am working on a java based
| calendar server the primary (first) client I hope will be evolution.
| Any ideas about how you see this synchronizing is welcome. The calendar
| server will have several 'entries' into it (like mail, http, beep)
| On Thu, 2003-05-08 at 16:53, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
|>On Thu, 2003-05-01 at 16:59, JT Moree wrote:
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|>>I signed up for this list yesterday and have seen no traffic yet...
|>>I went to search the archives but there seems to only be MANUAL
|>>To my point.
|>>~ I want to add remote calendar support to evolution. seems easy
enough to me. Just pull down a
|>>file on New instead of creating a blank one. I have all the
details of what I want to do at
|>I like the idea of using the folder-metadata.xml file, or, why not, we
|>could use a X property on the main VCALENDAR object in the calendar.ics
|>to specify where it's from. This would remove the need of an extra
|>Then, the local backend could read that property, and synchronize the
|>local file with the remote folder.
|>evolution-hackers maillist - evolution-hackers lists ximian com
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