[CentOS] Cloud on CentOS Server

Fri Mar 9 20:17:39 UTC 2012
Craig White <craig.white at ttiltd.com>

On Mar 9, 2012, at 12:50 PM, Les Mikesell wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Craig White <craig.white at ttiltd.com> wrote:
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>> in general, you would feed the same URL to an android device that you would give to iCal, Outlook, Evolution, etc.
> But where do you enter a URL related to calendars?
>> wrt an android device...
>> Gmail - that's integrated into System => Accounts and you set up a Gmail account and it links Contacts & Calendars as well as mail though you can turn off the 'sync' for those services.
>> Exchange - that's integrated into 'Corporate Sync' which actually handles basically all other e-mail/calendar/contact accounts
> Under 'settings', I have accounts and sync, where I can add
> exchange/activesync, facebook, flickr, google, yahoo and a few other
> things, but I don't see an arbitrary type entry.   I can add an
> account in email, and gmail and yahoo have their own apps, but it
> isn't clear that those would add a webdav type calendar sync.
apparently not a standard android feature but you can search caldav in market (now 'play' I guess) and you will see several clients which will add the sync feature.

I gather you can add 3rd party calendar programs that will do this too.