On Tuesday 14 February 2012 06:25:35 pm Timothy Pearson wrote:
> > On Tuesday 14 February 2012 00:02:12 Timothy Pearson wrote:
> >> > Any way to do it?
> >> > Got an Android, would like to sync KOrganzier dates with its internal
> >> > Calendar
> >> > app.
> >> >
> >> > Dex
> >> You should be able to sync to Google's servers as long as they use
> >> standard protocols such as CardDAV and CalDAV. I was the one that
> >> implemented those handlers, so if they don't work with Google please let
> >> me know ASAP!
> >> Tim
> > Umm... actually I don't even know to make Korganizer access online
> > calendars
> > *at all* and wouldn't even know how to point it at my gmail's calendar...
> > The manual doesn't really help either.
> > Pointers appreciated.
> > Dex
> OK, sorry about that. :-)
> Go to Kontact-->Calendar. You will see a small box in the lower left hand
> corner of the screen, probably with a "Default" entry in it. This is the
> resources list. Click on the plus sign right above that box, and select
> "CalDAV Server", then click OK. Fill in the information requested and
> click OK again, then select your new resource in the resources list.
CalDAV seems broken on 3.5.13 (it crashes both KOrganizer and Kontact). I remember seeing this in the bug tracker, I can pull up which bug number.
I managed to get it to download my Google Calendar using "Calendar in Remote File" instead. Unfortunately, I can't upload anything, but I'm not usually near computer when I need to add something (that's what my Android's calendar app is for ;-) ).
If CalDAV doesn't work for you, here is how I did it:
To get the remote file, log in to your Google Calendar and go to your Calendar settings. Click on the "Calendars" tab, and click the calendar you want to sync. Near the bottom and to the left, you should see "Private Address". Just to the right of that, you should see buttons labeled "XML" and "ICAL". If they aren't there for your "Private Address", click the "Reset Private URLs" link, and they should appear (this will, unfortunately disable the old ones if you were using them). Right-click the ICAL button and choose "Copy Link Location" (or whatever your browser calls it).
In KOrganizer/Kontact Calendar, click the + sign as Tim indicated, but instead of "CalDAV", choose "Calendar in Remote File". Past the URL you copied into "Download From". You can also paste it in "Upload To" and do a test to see if it will let you add stuff, but I doubt this will work. Fill in the "Name" box (e.g. "Google Calendar" or something similar), and if desired, set the "Automatic Reload". Click "Ok". Within ~30 seconds (depending on your Internet connection), you should see the days you have appointments on turning bold in all the calendars at the top of Kontact/Korganizer. When you click one of these days, you should see all the appointments for that day.
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