Sharing iCal over LAN

Another thread has a great little trick for sharing your address book over a LAN

http://www.freewaytalk.net/thread/view/25499

I just wondered is there something like that for iCal. I use iCal as my production schedule and personal calendar and wanted to put it up on my Buffalo Linkstation NAS so all 7 macs on the LAN can see iCal. I have tried the spanning sync with Google Calendars and altho it kinda works you don’t see To do or anything like that. iCal is just great.

I am sure that when you go to Apple Store and use one of their macs they have a strip up with links to information and you can view the calendar on any machine and book a time…say to see a Genius at the bar or check when their training session are that week…that is a little program that I just cant find at the mo, but that would work a treat.

Sorry about the ramble but I feel better for sharing it with you all, already


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On Jan 15, 2008 9:16 AM, Daftbugga email@hidden wrote:

Another thread has a great little trick for sharing your address book over a LAN

http://www.freewaytalk.net/thread/view/25499

I just wondered is there something like that for iCal. I use iCal as my production schedule and personal calendar and wanted to put it up on my Buffalo Linkstation NAS so all 7 macs on the LAN can see iCal.

iCal in Leopard supports CalDAV, and Leopard Server has an iCal server
component. Would probably do what you want, but it’s a bit
heavyweight…

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Try this:

http://www.busymac.com/

David

On 15 Jan 2008, at 09:16, Daftbugga wrote:

I just wondered is there something like that for iCal.

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David

That look absolutely spot on although at $20 dollars a mac and with 7 macs…could get a tad expensive hahahahahaha

Thanks again

Rik


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There are discounts did you see that? 7 Macs = 10%

As they they say here in Yorkshire, “you don’t get owt for nowt” :wink:

On 15 Jan 2008, at 10:01, Daftbugga wrote:

David

That look absolutely spot on although at $20 dollars a mac and with 7 macs…could get a tad expensive hahahahahaha

Thanks again

Rik

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On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 04:16:00 -0500, Daftbugga wrote:

I just wondered is there something like that for iCal.

I’ve used this in the past:

http://phpicalendar.net

And there’s some suggestions here (including in the comments):

http://www.tuaw.com/2006/06/15/two-ways-to-share-ical-without-mac

Although it usually involves a server of some sort.


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