[CalendarServer-users] Transferring "standard" ical calendars to server?

Jakob Peterhänsel jakob at hjemme.dk
Sun Jan 20 15:51:21 PST 2008

Hi Chris,

Don't know if you got this answered off-list, but here is my knowledge:

The only way to Move a iCal calendar to the server, is to re-import it  
into iCal. That is, drag the local calendar to the desktop, and import  
it via the File menu. That will bring up a dialog asking you where to  
put the data, merge into existing calendar, or create a new one.

Don't know why this has to be so cumbersome - but iCal 3 does have  
some strange issues.. ;-)

Hope it helps,

     Jakob Peterhänsel

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On 11/01/2008, at 04.38, Chris Cleeland wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm in the process of setting up a calendar server on an older  
> PowerMac G4 running Leopard so that my household can finally share  
> the management of calendars.  We have several calendars already set  
> up in iCal, and I'd like to transfer those somehow to the server  
> rather than having to duplicate everything.
> Is there any kind of easy way to do this?
> If not, is there a hard way?  I don't mind writing code, but I kind  
> of need to have a clue what the code is supposed to do, and I'm  
> currently clueless.
> Thanks!
> -cj
> PS  Quick question for the Apple folks: is there enough code posted  
> at opensource.apple.com that I could get an OD master running on my  
> machine without needing Leopard Server?  Or is there magic that's  
> not released that permits things like the DirectoryServer and  
> friends to be an OD master?
> ---
> Chris Cleeland
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