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Baikal / SabreDAV robust calendar and address book server with scheduling and email notifications
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Robust Calendar Service Deployment with Baikal / SabreDAV in 10 Minutes

Baikal / SabreDAV robust calendar and address book server with scheduling and email notifications.

Calendar services are an organization's lifeblood next to email. This guide shows how to ready and deploy a robust, enterprise-class calendar service compliant with all vendor and Internet calendaring, scheduling, and messaging standards -- enable CalDAV and CardDAV for OS X, iOS, Android, Windows, and Linux calendar clients in 10 minutes or less. It leverages the power of Baïkal/SabreDAV, Postfix, Docker, and Linux.

About this implementation

  • This is a complete deployment set up, ready for production systems
  • There are lots of Baïkal and other calendar server images out there, but all the ones tested in preparing this deployment were missing important features like scheduling, message delivery, etc.
  • It works with the latest stable SabreDAV/Baïkal versions
  • iOS, OS X, Android, Thunderbird Lightning, and Windows calendar, tasks, and address book clients work well with this set up
  • It supports full scheduling and messaging to event participants and resources across any calendaring service (Baïkal to Google Calendar or Exchange)

Implementation

The complete implementation is described in detail at the pr3d4t0r blog.

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