[chandler-users] Cosmo works for local calendar, but not remote clients

Blair Zajac blair at orcaware.com
Mon May 28 23:01:37 PDT 2007

On May 28, 2007, at 7:22 PM, Bruce Dawson wrote:

> I've been looking for a FOSS calendar server that runs on Linux for
> quite a while (since Evolution started interoperating with Exchange
> servers). I've tried Bedework - but it doesn't appear sufficiently  
> mature.
> I'm now trying OSAF Cosmo (0.6). I got it loaded and working from its
> built-in web site, but can't seem to get it to store events from  
> CalDav
> clients like Sunbird (0.3.1) or Lightning (also 0.3.1).  I can  
> create an
> event using the built-in web interface, but they don't show up in the
> external clients. The most disappointing thing with the external  
> clients
> is there are no error messages - it just doesn't show events I  
> create in
> the built-in client. And if I create an event in either external  
> client,
> it doesn't show up in either the client or on the built-in web  
> interface.
> Note: I am using an SSH tunnel to get to the server, and the locations
> I've added to the clients have the appropriate read-write ticket
> information in them. I'm using the same tunnel to access the built-in
> calendar server, so I don't think that's the problem.

It does work.  I use ssh tunnelled connections from Sunbird and iCal  
clients.  Just make sure you grab the correct URL from the Cosmo web  

BTW, In Cosmo 0.6 you don't need tickets, just use the URLs from the  
(i) in the main window.


Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
CTO, OrcaWare Technologies
<blair at orcaware.com>
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