[CalendarServer-users] [CalendarServer-dev] Install and Setup CardDAV server via caldav in debian squeeze?

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Wed Feb 9 10:01:38 PST 2011

On Feb 9, 2011, at 9:51 AM, Andre LaBranche wrote:

> On Feb 9, 2011, at 6:32 AM, Lisana Berberi wrote:
>> hello,
>> can sb help me how to Install and Setup CardDAV server via caldav (which is working great) in debian squeeze?
> I don't know what version of Calendar Server you are using, but CardDAV is not supported in release 2.4.
> If you are running trunk, CardDAV capabilities are integrated with the caldav daemons; all you need to do is edit /etc/caldavd/caldavd.plist to enable CardDAV and possibly add an extra listener port (e.g. 8800).
> The plist setting for enabling CardDAV is:  
> <key>EnableCardDAV</key>
> <true/>
> This is *enabled* by default, as you can see in twistedcaldav/stdconfig.py
> CardDAV clients typically want to connect on port 8800 (for non-ssl), so you should add that to BindHTTPPorts, like such:
> <key>BindHTTPPorts</key>
>  <array>
>      <integer>8008</integer>
>      <integer>8800</integer>
>  </array>

Also check your augments.xml file; afaik it should enable both services for all record types by default, but check anyway. An example of a basic default config:



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