[CalendarServer-users] Beginner Question. Calendar Server on Leopard

Patrick Berry patb at picknowl.com.au
Sat Nov 3 15:28:17 PDT 2007

Cheers for that.

I had tried to do as it said on that page, but that didn't work for me.

I wasn't quite sure of the principals URI I was supposed to use in  
step 5. Should I use http://localhost:8008/principals/users/admin for  
the default installation?


On 03/11/2007, at 7:47 AM, Cyrus Daboo wrote:

> Hi Patrick,
> --On November 3, 2007 7:43:49 AM +1030 Patrick Berry <patb at picknowl.com.au 
> > wrote:
>> Hello everyone.
>> I'm new to this list and Calendar Server, so if this question seems a
>> little too simple, I apologise now.
>> I have just downloaded and installed Calendar Server from  
>> MacOSForge and
>> run up the stock standard installation.
>> What I would like to do is put my calendar created in the previous
>> incarnation of iCal on the server so I can manipulate it from any  
>> machine
>> in my home network.
>> How is this done?
>> I have connected to the server via http:/localhost:8008, but I can't
>> subscribe to any of the calendars that are available with the default
>> installation, so I think I've got something wrong straight away. So I
>> guess a preliminary question would be how to connect to the calendars
>> that come with the Calendar Server?
>> Or, even better, is there a FAQ anywhere that details these basic  
>> steps?
> We do have a wiki page with details on configuring clients:
> <http://trac.calendarserver.org/projects/calendarserver/wiki/CalendarClients 
> >
> I think the iCal description there is almost right, but the screen  
> shots are old and the account setup window is a little different now  
> - but it should be obvious what you need to do. If not, ask again :-)
> -- 
> Cyrus Daboo

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