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(New page: == Web calendar == Download from http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=239, then tar xvzf calendar_file_backend-''1.0-2.0''.tar.gz cd calendar_file_backend Read the file README...)
 
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== Web calendar ==
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This article describes how you can set up a web calendar that you can access with a browser. We use the squirrelmail web calendar. A precondition for this tutorial to work is that you have set up web mail as described in [[squirrelmail]].
  
 
Download from http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=239, then
 
Download from http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=239, then
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  ./configure
 
  ./configure
 
choose Plugins -> Calendars, then save and quit.
 
choose Plugins -> Calendars, then save and quit.
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= Where is the calendar file =
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For backup purposes or when you want to use another computer, you need to know where your calendar is stored. It is here:
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/var/data/''myuser''.''2008''.cal
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For the user ''myuser'' and the year ''2008''.

Revision as of 06:44, 4 October 2008

This article describes how you can set up a web calendar that you can access with a browser. We use the squirrelmail web calendar. A precondition for this tutorial to work is that you have set up web mail as described in squirrelmail.

Download from http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=239, then

tar xvzf calendar_file_backend-1.0-2.0.tar.gz
cd calendar_file_backend

Read the file README. Then configure the calendar plugin:

cd /srv/www/htdocs/mail/plugins
./configure

choose Plugins -> Calendars, then save and quit.

Where is the calendar file

For backup purposes or when you want to use another computer, you need to know where your calendar is stored. It is here:

/var/data/myuser.2008.cal

For the user myuser and the year 2008.