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We’ve mentioned Calgoo Hub – a calendar sharing application that handles a variety of formats – before. They’ve just introduced a small but significant upgrade in the form of CalDAV support. This means that you can now directly publish and share calendars from within Outlook 2007, […]

ScreenshotWe’ve mentioned Calgoo Hub – a calendar sharing application that handles a variety of formats – before. They’ve just introduced a small but significant upgrade in the form of CalDAV support. This means that you can now directly publish and share calendars from within Outlook 2007, iCal, and Sunbird without any plugins.

In addition to those three, Calgoo Hub supports sharing and subscribing to calendars from Outlook 2003, Google Calendar, 30 Boxes, and Calgoo’s own flagship Calendar product. Several other applications can subscribe to updates. The main hurdle for some people will be the Hub software itself, which only runs on Windows.

  1. Thanks for the coverage. Point of clarification: now that we have CalDAV support you can publish from Outlook 07, Apple iCal and Sunbird without any plugin required. However, it is still required for Outlook 2003 which of course is a Windows application. So there is very little use for the Calgoo Hub Plugin on a Mac platform.

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  2. It appears that Calgoo does not, in fact, have CalDAV support. They seem to have confused CalDAV with supporting calendar sharing via PUT.

    Check out the exposé here

    Hopefully, their false adveritizing of CalDAV support will not confuse users into thinking that just publishing an iCalendar file on the Web is all there is to CalDAV.

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  3. [...] 28th, 2008 (9:11am) Jason Harris No Comments As covered before, working with calendars is another one of those business necessities that is crucial [...]

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