Difference between revisions of "CalDAV Clients"

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(If we want to add 'current status' we should perhaps make this a table.)
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{{TOCright}}So far the available CalDAV clients which have been verified to work with DAViCal in at least some manner are:  
 
{{TOCright}}So far the available CalDAV clients which have been verified to work with DAViCal in at least some manner are:  
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Evolution|Evolution]]  
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Evolution|Evolution]]  
* [[CalDAV Clients/Mozilla Calendar|Mozilla Calendar]] (Mozilla Lightning & Mozilla Sunbird) -- on 2010-06-01, working fine
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* [[CalDAV Clients/Mozilla Calendar|Mozilla Calendar]] (Mozilla Lightning & Mozilla Sunbird)
* [[CalDAV Clients/Mulberry|Mulberry]] -- on 2010-05-10, working fine
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* [[CalDAV Clients/Mulberry|Mulberry]]
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Chandler|Chandler]]  
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Chandler|Chandler]]  
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Cadaver|Cadaver]]  
 
* [[CalDAV Clients/Cadaver|Cadaver]]  

Revision as of 13:00, 30 June 2010

So far the available CalDAV clients which have been verified to work with DAViCal in at least some manner are:

  • Evolution
  • Mozilla Calendar (Mozilla Lightning & Mozilla Sunbird)
  • Mulberry
  • Chandler
  • Cadaver
  • Kontact / Akonadi (via WebDAV as at Sept 2009)
  • iCal 3.0.1, from OS 10.5, with DAViCal release 0.9.2 onwards
  • SOHO Organizer will work with basic functions from DAViCal 0.9.2 onwards, more complete support arrived in 0.9.3
  • Outlook Several extensions for Outlook are available:
    • iCal4OL A perfect 2-Way Synchronization with Google Calendar, DAViCAL and WebCalendar!
    • ZideOne A MAPI message store provider which converts Outlook into a real CalDAV/GroupDAV client
    • OpenConnector for Outlook 2003+, post 2007-Dec releases.

Mobile Device Clients

Web Based Client(s)

Client Libraries


Clients not confirmed to be working

  • OpenConnector for Outlook 2003+, post 2007-Dec releases.
    • Just tested on 2010-05-09, to no avail. Don't lose your time, it will never connect to your Davical server, and will only pollute your Outlook client with highly time-consuming extra processes. BTW, this project seems abandoned.

Clients confirmed not to be working