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Old Feb 14, 2008, 02:47 PM   #1
Mr.Texor
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Windows software compatible with iCal

I need to share some calendars with windows users. I was wondering if outlook or sunbird can export calendars made with iCal. And if that's possible, is there anything else I should know to make it as smooth as possible for the windows users?


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Old Feb 14, 2008, 08:11 PM   #2
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Sunbird supports synchronizing against iCal-exported calendars, and I believe the reverse is true. However, iCal can only sync one way-- it's either publishing a calendar or subscribing to one, so you can't, for instance, publish a calendar in iCal, make some changes to it elsewhere, and get iCal to sync those changes back.
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