[CalendarServer-users] Not a calendar resource?

martin f krafft madduck at madduck.net
Thu Jan 19 12:51:30 PST 2012

also sprach Glyph <glyph at twistedmatrix.com> [2012.01.19.1934 +0100]:
> >
> >  or
> >
> > 
> >  User/password: test/test
> These URLs are simply 404s for me.  How are you authenticating?

Works for me, I have meanwhile set up a forward to SSL and changed
digest to basic auth due to repeated nonce problems, but they work…

> My understanding is that the Sunbird project is dead, though.
> Have you tried Thunderbird with Lightning instead?

Have not, since it won't install on Debian's Icedove and I cannot be
bothered to look further right now.

> > Or is the name 'admin' hardcoded?
> This one I can answer at least :).  No, 'admin' isn't hard-coded.  Look in the configuration file (caldavd.plist) for the AdminPrincipals section.

Oh, okay, thought so. So admin is actually not an admin by default.
Now I wonder why it works and 'test' does not. Do calendars have to
be created or do they just exist for each user?

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