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Calendar and address book

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  • 2021-02-03

Maybe is it happened to you to forget an important appointment? Or to lose the address book?
It’s happened to us at times. For this reason, we set up in our systems the CalDAV and CardDAV protocols. The first one is for Calendar, the second one is for the address book. They are integrated along with the email service without additional costs.
These protocols are recognized as international standards and are available for all desktop and mobile devices. The official website calconnect.org listed servermx as a CalDAV services provider.
Servermx provides web client SOGo. By using SOGo you have multiple ways to access calendaring and messaging data.
On the page “Help and how to” area, in the Caldav & CardDav section, you can find more information about how set up your devices.

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