This article describes how to connect your local clients to webmail calendars and contacts using CalDAV and CardDAV.
CalDAV enables users to access and share calendar scheduling information on a remote server. Similarly, CardDAV is an address book client/server protocol that enables users to access and share contact data on a remote server.
Before you can set up a local client, you need to get the remote configuration. To do this, follow these steps:
cPanel displays the information you need to auto-configure a local client for server access:
cPanel settings also include direct URLs which you can use if auto-configuration fails:
After you have obtained the remote server configuration, you are ready to set up local or mobile clients. Each client has its own unique interface, but the information required is the same.
The following steps demonstrate how to configure the Microsoft Outlook CalDAV Synchronizer plugin:
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