Plugging into the imap system

Gabriele Bulfon gbulfon at
Thu Dec 27 06:00:37 EST 2007

I would agree, if only I could find a stable and standard open source server, really functional.
Tried many, but with many problems....
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Da: Dale Ghent <daleg at>
A: Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 at>
Cc: Cyrus Mailing List <info-cyrus at>
Data: 22 dicembre 2007 6.17.17 CET
Oggetto: Re: Plugging into the imap system
On Dec 21, 2007, at 12:03 PM, Mike Eggleston wrote:
> There is some system (on freshmeat?) that has a special folder in IMAP
> for storing calendar events. The program uses the IMAP defined
> protocol
> though.
FWIW, Exchange also exposes all calendar entries (with .ics files),
journals, to-dos, and anything else in their own folders. I find it
handy since exchange is what I'm stuck with at my new place of
employment :( and I "sync" to iCal on my mac by dragging the ics files
out of the exchange Calendar folder and into iCal.
Any calendaring system worth its salt should be CalDAV underneath.
Then the world would be all shiny and pretty and stuff, or at last
more so.
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