Apple’s CalendarServer on FreeBSD

I’ve come across a blog post by Roy Hooper that explains how to setup CalendarServer on FreeBSD. I haven’t tried it yet, but I suppose it should work without much effort.

For those who don’t know, CalendarServer is a WebDAV server that implements the CalDAV extensions. This basically mens that you can register a bunch of users in your CalendarServer and using iCal or Chandler (to name a few) you can send invitations to meetings, share calendars and other nifty things that could help you organize better your company.

5 thoughts on “Apple’s CalendarServer on FreeBSD

  1. Pingback: Tutoriel : CalendarServer sur FreeBSD at FreeBSD-fr: Les nouvelles du géant en français

  2. Thanks, I’ve just noticed Chandler is already finished! Well, I mean it’s reached version 1.0 :-) Now, only if someone could port it to FreeBSD pls!.. 😀

  3. It may be, however, our port is usually behind and also I ‘ve wanted to test & use Chandler for a long time. :)

  4. sadly, without Apple’s Open Directory Server, which is closed source and only available with OSX Server, most of the nice stuff like true calendar sharing, managing resources etc. won’t work. I’m back to using eGroupware…

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