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12/6/16
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Martin Zdimera

How to connect an external Oracle CalDAV calendar's server URL to GAPPS Calendar

Hi, 

Is there a way, how could i connect a remote caldav calendar server url to my gapps's calendar - as a "remote" or somewhat kind of calendar? 

To be more specific - i would need to add my work Oracle's Beehive Zimbra shared calendar, which use a caldav url, seems to not be compatible with the google's ability to add an ical url.

The url adress syntax i can use to access my oracle caldav calendar is:

It works for most of calendar apps supporting a caldav url, as apple ical, various internet's calendar sharing tools etc... 

But, Google calendar expects an ical url format address, which is available, but only as free/busy subcription .ics calednar, no useable in common way. 

Is there please any way, how to "integrate" an remote caldav's server as calendar to be added into my google (gapps) calendar?

Thanks for any hint, 
Martin 

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