Difference between revisions of "CalDAV Clients/Outlook/ZideOne"

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This is a Windows only program, and it is not free software, but the current tech previews are available for free (2008-11-03).
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This is a Windows only program, and it is not free software, but the beta versions are available for free (2009-04-03).
  
 
ZideOne is a "MAPI Message Store Provider" which converts Outlook into a real CalDAV/GroupDAV client. When Outlook saves an event, it is converted into iCalendar in realtime, and gets directly pushed to the server.
 
ZideOne is a "MAPI Message Store Provider" which converts Outlook into a real CalDAV/GroupDAV client. When Outlook saves an event, it is converted into iCalendar in realtime, and gets directly pushed to the server.
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== Compatibility with DAViCal ==
 
== Compatibility with DAViCal ==
 
ZideOne was tested against DAViCal 0.9.6.1 on 2008-11-02 and it worked fine.
 
ZideOne was tested against DAViCal 0.9.6.1 on 2008-11-02 and it worked fine.
Presumably this test was by the developers, as there is not a release version available. The [http://zideone.com/sc/index.html Zide One site] says: "Work in progress: The GroupDAV/CalDAV connectors are not released yet. Please stay tuned, we are close but not ready ;-) "
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The test was by the developers, more feedback is welcome.

Revision as of 12:07, 4 April 2009

This is a Windows only program, and it is not free software, but the beta versions are available for free (2009-04-03).

ZideOne is a "MAPI Message Store Provider" which converts Outlook into a real CalDAV/GroupDAV client. When Outlook saves an event, it is converted into iCalendar in realtime, and gets directly pushed to the server.

This is not a "synchronization" which sits on top of Outlook, but a real replacement of the underlying Outlook storage.

http://zideone.com/

Compatibility with DAViCal

ZideOne was tested against DAViCal 0.9.6.1 on 2008-11-02 and it worked fine. The test was by the developers, more feedback is welcome.