[CalendarServer-users] [CalendarServer-dev] IMPORT EXTERNAL .ICS FILE INTO CALDAV

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Tue Nov 2 10:46:30 PDT 2010

iCal has an import feature, perhaps other CalDAV clients do as well.

It's also possible to use a command line tool such as curl to PUT events, something like:

curl -L -vv -T event.ics -u USERNAME http://your.server/calendars/users/USERNAME/calendar/event.ics

There is an email gateway (referred to as iMIP), however it's designed to accept iMIP invitation emails and not just regular emails with attachments. iMIP invitations are generated by an iMIP compatible CalDAV service - this feature is typically used to allow users of different CalDAV services to schedule with each other.

On Nov 2, 2010, at 8:25 AM, Lisana Berberi wrote:

> Hello,
> i have a calenderserver version -2.4 from apple running on a linux squeeze box and
> i wanted to know how can i import external .ics file into caldav (maybe i should change sth on caldav.plist) or is there an email port filter???
> thnx a lot,
> Lisa
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