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Encrypted calendar #628

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armhub opened this Issue Sep 20, 2018 · 5 comments

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armhub commented Sep 20, 2018

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@armhub armhub added the new feature label Sep 20, 2018

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x80486 commented Oct 13, 2018

Yeah...we need that also!

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thenaturalist commented Jan 4, 2019

The lack of any valid calendar functionality unfortunately is a total show stopper for me.

Absolutely love Tutanota and how you have solved encryption, but not being able to interact reasonably with any calendar invites or add an account via IMAP so that invites would be shown there basically kills Tutanota for me.

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snaggen commented Jan 8, 2019

I would love to see some cooperation with https://www.etesync.com/ for contacts/calendar/tasks integration.

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Aneyrin commented Jan 14, 2019

Very useful feature, can you confirm that this calendar will support caldav? Will it be compatible with macOS calendar app? If both answers "no" it will be unusable for common tutanota users.

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charlag commented Jan 14, 2019

It's hard to support caldav for the same reasons why it's hard to support IMAP: things are end-to-end encrypted and someone has to decrypt them. This is a limitation which you should keep in mind.
We don't promise anything yet.

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