Hi
Thought I put this collection of info out - some I figured out - some is taken from the web - as a "Howto".
Accessing iCal files through the WebDAV interface
Description: Concern:
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You would like to access the iCal informations for appointments for
use within external iCal clients like, e.g. Sunbird.

Solution:
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You can access those informations, using the WebDAV interface of the
Open-Xchange Server 5. Use the following URL to access the data

http://F.Q.D.N/servlet/webdav.ical

If you would like to delete appointments through the WebDAV interface,
too, you have to append "?enabledelete=yes" to the above URL.

Documents - http://F.Q.D.N/servlet/webdav.documents
Network Places and adding a network place. When asked for your location, specify the server address (e.g. http://your.server.com/servlet/webdav.documents ) and then access it through the network places.

Contacts
http://F.Q.D.N/servlet/webdav.vcard

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You can also use the Documents folder as a networked mount_point/drive as follows

This is used/tested using SLED10 & OpenSUSE10.2 - but should work for any other GOOD system :-)

Using Nautilus goto
1 - File - Connect to Server
2 - Service Type -- Secure Webdav (HTTPS)
Server = FQDN (your.servername.com)
Folder = /servlet/webdav/documents
Name to Use = WhatEver!
3 - Enter UID/PWD when prompted
(you can store this info in the Gnome keyring)
4 - use the icon on the desktop - remove by R click/umount

I have the mountpoint as an icon on my Desktop and just click it when I want to drag n drop documents.

You can also access the Documents folder in WinDoze by following the info at
http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind..._network_share