dave64 at andrew.cmu.edu
Tue May 21 05:28:22 EDT 2013
The calendar and contact data is stored within a user's normal mailbox heirarchy. imapd from cyrus-imapd-caldav-2.4.17 knows to not return the calendar and contact folders to an IMAP client in LIST output.
If you just copy the htttpd binary in place, I think it should work, but your IMAP users will see those folders. At the very least they'll wonder what they are. At the worst, they'll manipulate them with an IMAP client and make them unstable for CalDAV use.
If I missed anything, I'm sure Ken can chime in.
From: info-cyrus-bounces+dave64=andrew.cmu.edu at lists.andrew.cmu.edu [info-cyrus-bounces+dave64=andrew.cmu.edu at lists.andrew.cmu.edu] on behalf of Sebastian Hagedorn [Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de]
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 4:49 AM
To: Ken Murchison
Cc: info-cyrus at andrew.cmu.edu
Subject: Re: cyrus-imapd-2.4.17-caldav-beta4 released
--On 17. Mai 2013 09:08:56 -0400 Ken Murchison <murch at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
> We are pleased to announce the fourth beta release of Cyrus IMAP with
> integrated calendaring and contacts (beta3 was an internal release only).
> This is a security and bug fix release, with only one new feature added.
> Sites that are using or testing any of the HTTP-based services are urged
> to upgrade to this release.
> This code is based on the stable Cyrus 2.4.17 release with support for
> CalDAV, CardDAV and RSS added. All of the standard Cyrus IMAP daemons
> and utilities should be considered production quality in this release,
> but the HTTP support (CalDAV, CardDAV and RSS) is in beta status.
> You can download via HTTP or FTP:
> Installation documentation will be found in doc/install-http.html in the
> Thanks for your continued support, and we look forward to any and all
I have successfully installed and tested this version on a test VM. I'm
considering a limited test on our production server. There we run 2.4.17
built using Simon Matter's RPM. I wasn't able to adapt the SPEC file to use
the caldav-beta tgz, so I compiled manually using the same configure
parameters that Simon uses. Now I wonder if it would be considered safe to
manually install just the httpd binary and to use it alongside the ones
provided by the RPM?
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