You are correct but then there is no logic. just the stored files. It there was logic on the server side then planning might become easier. In the most basic part the URL http://calendar.some.server/ronsmits whould translate not to a file but to a calculated freebusy return that is correct in knowledge up to that moment. That is one of the reasons why I would love to have a opensource calendat server (plus I think that we need opensource alternatives for all possible software) Ron Smits On Sat, 2003-05-10 at 17:58, Costin Cozan wrote: > 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.
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