Runs a background Daemon, manage multiple configurations and send emails if ...
Runs a background Daemon, manage multiple configurations and send emails if calendars are changed !
You want to publish your iCal or .ics calendars on the Web using PHPiCalendars ?
You're right, it is the best program... very intuitive and functional.
But how to publish ? Using the server integrated in iCal for MacOS X?
Yes, it is a very good solution if your host has Webdav implemented, or if you have a .mac adress or your system administrator accept to remove the PHP safe mode leaving an potential security hole in the system.
In case none of these methods are available for you, you need FTP iCal calendars.
It permits to install PHPicalendars on various hosts, upload various sets of calendars on these hosts (for example, you can separate your private calendar from your professional calendar), and even run a Daemon application that upload calendars automatically when changed. Using a built-in FTP client, you can also remove already uploaded calendars.