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Syncing calendar with Thunderbird

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Lucho0712, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. Lucho0712

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    Hello,

    I have been struggling trying to access my cpanel calendar from an external device using Thunderbird.
    Synchronyzation of e-mail works just well, but calendar simply will not work. Here is my THunderbird client config, I would appreciate if you could have a look. THanks



    And here is the typical error message in Thunderbird
     
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    Hello,

    I have been struggling trying to access my cpanel calendar from an external device using Thunderbird. In Thunderbird Calendar client I have used the "Direct URL" in "Location" field and created a new calendar with CalDav format, associating it to my cpanel e-mail address. The calendar seems to be created successfully, but as soon as I try to synch I get an error that says" the resource is either not a DAV collection or is not available".

    Synchronization of e-mail works just well, but calendar simply will not work. Anyone had this issue?

    cheers

    Luis
     
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    You should probably speak with your Hosting Provider to see if the proper services are enabled for this. As a Website Owner you wouldn't have access to services enabled or not on that server.
     
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