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    Question KOrganizer and iCalx


    Somehow I got it into my head that it would be awesome to have my calendar data stored remotely so that I can access it from any computer. iCalx.com offers this service for free, but I can't get it to work with Korganizer! I can make it work with Sunbird, but I really prefer the interface of Korganizer. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plastech View Post
    Somehow I got it into my head that it would be awesome to have my calendar data stored remotely so that I can access it from any computer. iCalx.com offers this service for free, but I can't get it to work with Korganizer! I can make it work with Sunbird, but I really prefer the interface of Korganizer. Any ideas?
    Did you ever find a solution? I am wanting to do the exact same thing.

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    1. Create your free iCal Exchange account - iCal Exchange
    2. Log into iCalX
    3. Note your private ical URL (something like http://icalx.com/private/YOUR-USERNAME/)
    4. Open korganizer
    5. In the bottom left hand Calender resource pane, click the Add... button
    6. Select "Calender in remote file" and click the OK button
    7. in both the Download from and Upload to fields put your private icalx URL
    8. Configure your automatic setting if necessary and then click the OK button
    9. Now you will be prompted for your icalx credentials
    10. Now you should have a online hosted calender
    11. Remember to sync!

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