[Dev] Re: [General] Exporting from Outlook
stephan.stapel at web.de
Thu Dec 22 11:09:23 PST 2005
> If Outport exports a directory of individual .ics files, Chandler can
> actually import those all at once by pairing a FileSystemConduit with
> a CalDAVFormat object as follows:
thanks for the code, I'll try it out soon!
> However, this only gets us from Outlook to Chandler, and not the
> other way around, but it's a start.
My impression is that lots of people (like me) have to use Outlook at work
with all those obvious enterprise limitations. Furthermore, I didn't want
to have any private appointments from Chandler within my corporate
Outlook, so for me, one-way syncing would be perfect!
>> For automatic syncing of my appointments, might Cosmo be the tool
>> to check
> In the environment you've described, Cosmo isn't going to help,
> unless Outlook becomes a CalDAV client.
But how would it be for the other way around? Could I use Cosmo as the
backend, (automatically) feed my Outlook ics appointments there and view
those appointments through Chandler, Sunbird, whatever?
> P.S. I also came across this Outlook --> .ics exporter...
it seems to be the same as the visual basic macro (outlook2ics) which I
tried. At least that is what the author links to. But I'll try that one as
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