2991 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 4, 2009 1:50 PM by jchuckran
Enter this in the Account URL field: (example for an iCal server named ical.example.com)
where groupname is the shortname for your Open Directory group
and iCal server is listening on the default 8008 port.
Thanks Joe for that.
Just the information I was looking for.
However, on my company setup it does not permit me to login to the group.
This is despite the fact that I am a member of the group.
Could the permission settings on the server be incorrect?
They have been set as owner root and group admin by the previous administrator.
what i usually do is delegate the group calendar to others in the group via an ical account setup on the server. then the calendar will show up as a delegated calendar in the ical sidebar for all users who should see it. they'll first need to check the box to show the calendar under the "delegates" area of ical's preferences.
of course, that's assuming you login to the calendar in the first place. check the ical server logs to determine what's happening when it won't let you in. and be sure to type the url as listed, including the trailing slash.