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OS X Mountain Lion Server For Dummies by John Rizzo

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Chapter 11

Serving Up Calendars

In This Chapter

arrow Choosing clients for Calendar Server

arrow Getting your network ready for Calendar Server

arrow Setting up optional DNS

arrow Setting up your calendar service

arrow Scheduling rooms, equipment, and other shared resources with calendars

arrow Setting up Calendar clients

To a large degree, Mountain Lion Server’s Calendar Server (formerly known as iCal Server) replicates the calendar of Apple’s iCloud service. As with iCloud, when a user adds an item to a calendar, it appears on the user’s iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Calendar Server enables users to share calendars and to-do lists, invite people to events, and include attachments. When scheduling an event, a user can check whether the people invited are available. Calendar Server allows users to delegate calendars to others, which enables users to access Calendar Server’s calendar with a web browser. And like iCloud, ...

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