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calendarserver [2021/01/04 19:31]
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calendarserver [2022/05/12 12:32] (current)
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 ====== Radicale ====== ====== Radicale ======
  
-Radicale is a calendar server following the CalDAV protocol. It allows you to synchronize calendar events, contact information and notes across devices and to share these within groups.+Radicale is a calendar server following the CalDAV-Protokoll. It allows you to synchronize calendar events, contact information and notes across devices and to share these within groups.
  
 ===== Web-interface ===== ===== Web-interface =====
  
-The web-interface is used to create, delete calendars It can **not** be used to manage your calendars. To edit the calendar you will have to setup a client for your device (see //setup//).+The web-interface is used to create, edit and delete calendarsIt can **not** be used to manage your calendar events. To edit the calendar events you will have to setup a client for your device (see //Device Setup//).
  
 You can find the web interface at https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de. Logging in is done with the normal ZEDAT-credentials. You can find the web interface at https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de. Logging in is done with the normal ZEDAT-credentials.
  
-A web-interface to edit your calendars is available at https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de/infcloud. +A web calendar to inspect/add/edit events is available at https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de/infcloud. You can log into it with you ZEDAT credentials.
-You can log into it with you ZEDAT credentials.+
  
 ==== Sharing calendars ==== ==== Sharing calendars ====
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 On top of this it is possible to give individual users permission to a collection by using the "Individual permissions" field. This option takes a comma separated list of the pattern user:permission. The available permissions are "r" for read access and "w" for write access. If, for example, if user bob is supposed to be able to read and write the collection and alice should only be able to read it, the option should be set as: On top of this it is possible to give individual users permission to a collection by using the "Individual permissions" field. This option takes a comma separated list of the pattern user:permission. The available permissions are "r" for read access and "w" for write access. If, for example, if user bob is supposed to be able to read and write the collection and alice should only be able to read it, the option should be set as:
  
-''bob:rw, alice:r''+''%%bob:rw, alice:r%%''
  
 +==== Public calendars ====
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 +For some purposes it is necessary to host a public calendar in form of an link to an .ics file. To do this, give the user ''%%public%%'' read permissions for the calendar: ''%%public:r%%'', see //Sharing calendars//.
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 +Public calendars will show a sharable link to a web calendar in the calendar overwiew.
  
 ===== How do I set up radicale with my device? ===== ===== How do I set up radicale with my device? =====
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 In general when setting up a client these fields are required In general when setting up a client these fields are required
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   * **address** https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de   * **address** https://cal.physik.fu-berlin.de
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 In most applications you can choose which of the availablen calendars you want to sync with your device. In most applications you can choose which of the availablen calendars you want to sync with your device.
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 +===== Device Setup =====
  
 ==== Thunderbird ==== ==== Thunderbird ====
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 For Linux and Windows we recommend using Thunderbird with the Lightning, TbSync and Provider for CalDAV & CardDAV add-ons. For Linux and Windows we recommend using Thunderbird with the Lightning, TbSync and Provider for CalDAV & CardDAV add-ons.
  
-After installing these add-ons and restarting Thunderbird you can open the calendar settings by clicking Tools → Add-On Preferences → TbSync. To set up the synchronization you click Account actions → Add new Account → CalDAV & CardDAV → Manual Configuration → insert //CalDAV-address, username and password// → Next → Finish+After installing these add-ons and restarting Thunderbird you can open the calendar settings by clicking Tools → Add-On Preferences → TbSync. To set up the synchronization you click Account actions → Add new Account → CalDAV & CardDAV → Manual Configuration → insert CalDAV-address, username and password → Next → Finish
  
 Now select Enable and synchronize this account, select the calendars you want to sync and click Synchronize now. The calendars should now be available in Thunderbird. Now select Enable and synchronize this account, select the calendars you want to sync and click Synchronize now. The calendars should now be available in Thunderbird.
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 Now the calendar events from the server should be appearing in your calendar. You can now also select between local and synchronized events when creating a new event. Now the calendar events from the server should be appearing in your calendar. You can now also select between local and synchronized events when creating a new event.
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 ==== IOS ==== ==== IOS ====
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   * **SHA-1** 5d:fc:2d:23:24:39:a2:54:44:c0:27:dd:5a:21:bd:55:b3:d6:47:1b   * **SHA-1** 5d:fc:2d:23:24:39:a2:54:44:c0:27:dd:5a:21:bd:55:b3:d6:47:1b
   * **SHA-256** 6d:df:38:ba:ab:26:9a:33:53:3a:d0:c3:1c:96:44:6a:1e:c6:87:6e:34:2b:38:d4:14:2c:e1:bd:ef:9e:fb:de   * **SHA-256** 6d:df:38:ba:ab:26:9a:33:53:3a:d0:c3:1c:96:44:6a:1e:c6:87:6e:34:2b:38:d4:14:2c:e1:bd:ef:9e:fb:de
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calendarserver.txt · Last modified: 2022/05/12 12:32 by finnkrein