0 Replies Latest reply: Aug 3, 2008 1:20 AM by Alan Sill
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We have just done a clean install and migration of all users from a Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) server to a 10.5 (Leopard) one and are trying to figure out how to enable the user calendars.

Have done the step of turning on iCal server, which seemed to be necessary anyway to get the blogs working, and configuring it for SSL with a self-signed cert. Have also enabled calendaring in Workgroup Manager for the users we wish to provide with calendaring. Have also been able to figure out how to subscribe (read-only) to a user or a group calendar, and how to add an account via iCal to get read/write access to a user calendar via the "Preferences... Accounts" method described in other threads.

Why is it, though, that no user calendars or even links to them show up via the "Users" pages on the collaboration-services-driven web pages? Is the calendaring for users in Leopard server set up only to allow access via CalDAV clients, and not display these user calendars in or near the user's web pages, like the one that hosts their blogs? It seems odd that one can view and edit a group calendar via the web, but a user cannot see or edit his or her own calendar in the same way via the web. Did we miss something or do something wrong?

XServe dual G5, Mac OS X (10.5.4), Leopard server