CardDAV

CardDav Address Book

RoundCubeMail CardDAV is a plugin for the to access CardDAV servers like owncloud, davical, a Google addressbook or a davmail server.
Download and copy the plugin files into the RoundCube plugins directory:

Technology:

RCM-CardDav

Installation
Download the latest version of the plugin:

cd /extra/src
wget http://www.crash-override.net/uploads/downloads/carddav_0.7.0.tar.bz2
tar -jxf carddav_0.7.0.tar.bz2

Move it into your Roundcube plugin directory:

Technology:

CardDavMATE

Installation
Download the source:

cd /extra/src
wget http://www.inf-it.com/CardDavMATE_0.9.7.zip
unzip CardDavMATE_0.9.7.zip

Move the source to your calendar server's web directory:

mv carddavmate /var/websites/calendar.domain.com/htdocs/

Add it to your VirtualHost in /usr/local/apache2/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf:

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CardDAV Clients

Various programs for connecting to addressbooks on a CardDAV server.

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Darwin Calendar and Contact Server

http://dcswiki.org/dwiki/doku.php?id=linux_from_source
Firewall Ports
Calendar Server:

  • 8008
  • 8443 (https)

Contacts

  • 8800
  • 8843 (https)

Installation
Use a CentOS 6.x system - OpenSSL on 5.x was not supported:
PyOpenSSl requires a higher version of OpenSSL than the one that comes with CentOS (0.9.8e). upgrading doesn't seem like the worthwhile approach.

Technology:

Calendar Server

My attempts at creating a CalDAV and CardDAV capable Calendar Server for sharing calendars and addressbooks between multiple computers and mobile devices. While I predominantly use Apple hardware, iCloud isn't quite the perfect solution as I work on a variety of different Mac OS X versions that don't support it.

There are a variety of options for a Calendar Server:

  • Calendar and Contacts Server -aka Darwin Calendar Server, is the open source version of the CalDAV and CardDAV servers that Apple includes with Mac OS X Server. It can be enabled on the Snow Leopard and Lion versions of OS X, and has also been ported to FreeBSD and Linux.

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