CalDAV is an Internet standard that allows applications such as Apple iCal or Apple Calendar to manage calendar information on a remote server. The Kerio Connect can sync the personal, public, and shared Calendars.
Kerio Connect supports the specific CalDAV features such as Calendar availability (free/busy information), Events with privacy tag, Travel time for events, Scheduling (invitation requests), Per-folder sharing (without delegation), Older sharing notifications, Full delegation support and Custom labels for shared calendars.
There are two ways to configure a CalDAV account:
- Automatic configuration
- Manual configuration
Use Kerio Connect Account Assistant to automatically configure Apple iCal/Calendar accounts on Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
- Open System Preferences -> Internet Accounts.
- Click Add Other Account -> select CalDAV account.
- Select Manual as Account Type.
- Type your credentials and the location of your Kerio Connect server, i.e. mail.domain.com.
- Click Sign In.
- (Optional) Select the Reminders application to use related Apple application.
- To synchronize Public and Shared Calendars, make sure to enable appropriate Calendars synchronization in Folders to Sync -> CalDAV/CardDAV.
For more information, please refer to Synchronizing Kerio Connect Folders.
Open the Apple Calendar app and confirm the personal, public, and shared Calendars are synchronized.
Sharing Apple Calendar with CalDAV