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2.24.2.1.14. Configuring CalDAV Calendar Synchronization in WebMail

In order to be able to use CalDAV-synchronization of the mailbox calendar and mail clients, log in to the mailbox where you plan to use the calendar using WebMail and follow these steps:

  1. Go to the section "Thecalendar"In WebMail.
  2. Edit or create a new calendar.
  3. Go to the section "Synchronize calendar».
  4. «Display name"- specify the name of the new connection. (This name will only be used to identify the desired connection in the list.)
  5. «Password»- specify the password that will be used to connect (must contain at least 10 characters). Important: save or remember the specified password, it will not be possible to change or display it in the future.
  6. «Only reading"- a parameter that prohibits the modification of calendar events on the server by mail clients.
  7. Click "Add to».
  8. The field below will appear on the page “Your CalDav connection", Which will display the connection data:
    • «URL"- the address to which you should connect to synchronize the calendar.
    • «Alternative URL"- an alternative address, the connection to which does not request access data. (Not all email clients support this functionality.)
    • «Username"Is the username to be used to connect.
    • «Password»- the password is not displayed and will not be displayed in the connection data. You cannot recover the password, you can only re-create the connection.