After installing the plugin, a new ribbon called 'Caldav Synchronizer' is added in Outlook with 6 menu items.
- Synchronize now - Synchronization Profiles - General Options - About - Reports - Status Use the Synchronization Profiles dialog to configure different synchronization profiles.
I know the file can specify a minimum refresh interval (via the Outlook relies on the custom property X-PUBLISHED-TTL to set the download frequency but unless set in the file you subscribe to, there is no way to force within outlook an update frequency (nor in google calendar).
To trick Outlook into refreshing an Internet Calendar, go to File:: Account Settings:: Account Settings (button):: Internet Calendars (tab) Then choose the calendar you wish to refresh, click "Change...", stick a space in the description (or remove a space), then click OK.
maybe the "server" that checkbox is referring to isn't the Web DAV server you're publishing to, but the Exchange server your Outlook account is associated with, and it's pulling from some Exchange-specific property, e.g., , documented in RFC-5545, not to be confused with Apple's i Cal) format for the data exchange.
i Calendar accommodates non-standard properties that start with a "X-" prefix.
Net 4.0 from a forked project here, thanks to Salvatore Isaja for the awesome work!
Example values: There's also some work-in-progress to officially add a similar property to the i Calendar spec.
If you work an 8 to 5 shift as a cubicle-dweller, chances are you are using some form of Microsoft Outlook to manage your appointments.
If you decline the invitation (or do not receive one), subscribe to the calendar in your NOTE When user adds a shared calendar, they can apply custom properties (for example, colors, names, description) which does not affect the properties of the calendar owner.
This behavior is contrary to Delegation, where any calendar property changes performed by the delegate directly affects the owner's calendar.