Calendar sharing without Kopano?
raiden last edited by
Hello, I have the following setup and its working great.
- php 7.3.24
- Latest exim 4.94/dovecot (184.108.40.206)
- Z-Push latest version of develop from git.(f7cc4efe307) [Combined, imap, caldav, carddav]
- Latest Sabre-dav 4.1.3 (For CalDav + CardDav using IMAP for authenticating + sqlite for data)
- 2 computers with Outlook 2019
I have Outlook 2019 setup without any issues and I can view all my emails and see my subscribed imap folders plus I can see my own default Calender where I can add/remove items from it. (and see it synchronized between multiple outlook devices)
One feature/functionality that is very important is being able to share calendars with other people on my system without using Kopano. Has anyone else been able to do it? I tried looking at other documentation and googling but I couldn’t find anything. I am trying to create/simulate a global calendar for everyone to read/write by creating a test account and share that users default calendar to everyone. I tried the following.
- email@example.com has a default calendar.
- firstname.lastname@example.org has a default calendar.
- I have logged into Sabre-dav as email@example.com and gave read/write access of the default calendar to firstname.lastname@example.org. [gave calendar-proxy-read+calendar-proxy-write]
- Opened Outlook as user email@example.com and cannot see that calendar.
Any ideas? If this feature currently doesn’t exist in the current z-push git code (that doesn’t require Kopano) then I can see that functionality being very important to a lot of people to get added.
Thank you for your time.
bob4os last edited by
I don’t know if it is still relevant, but as far as I know, ActiveSync protocol does not support sharing calendars.
SabreDAV is able to share calendars - as you already know.
With DAViCal you are able to add a “binding” (like an alias) to a shared calendar into your calendar homeset.
I think it is RFC5842 and SabreDAV does not seem to support it.
Z-Push does not detect shared calendars without binding them to your homeset right now.