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Re: [Emacs-orgmode] Emacs-Calendar export to iCal/vcal

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Emacs-orgmode] Emacs-Calendar export to iCal/vcal
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 17:50:58 +0200

It just occurred to me that a possible solution may be to write the ical file to your public HTML directory and *subscribe* iCal to it. I don't know the correct syntax, but there must be a way to specify a url on the local computer. Maybe it does not even have to be in the public HTML folder, maybe you can subscribe to any location? I don't know, if anybody does, please tell us.

Disadvantage would be that this would be a read-only calendar in iCal. However, since you would not be able to import any changes back into org-mode anyway, maybe this is not a big problem - you can just write to another calendar to which you own the write rights.

- Carsten

On Aug 23, 2006, at 22:46, Philipp Raschdorff wrote:

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I'm using emacs +org-mode mainly for organizing todos and for brainstorming in project planing and organizing tasks etc. So it's mainly a (very powerfull) outliner.

I playes arround with the DUE & DEADLINE features and realized that there is one thing missing for me:

synchronizing emacs-todos / appointments to iCal (Mac OS X 10.4)

To make it easier: I really would like to have it one way: Adding data from emacs to an iCal-file.

I'm using my mobile phone to synchronize with my calendar (iCal) and it would be nice to have EMacs copying data to iCal and then have this data on my mobile phone after the next sync.

What do you think? Are you using the emacs-calendar-functions and how to you synchronize to other applications?

Any suggestions would be great.

Best regards from Berlin / Germany

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