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So far in this chapter we have focused on using Mac OS X as a client to other solutions. Now we re going to shift gears a little and talk about using an entirely Apple-based groupware solution. The first step on this journey is using iCal Server to supply shared calendars to users. To do this, you will need an Open Directory environment, or at a minimum, augment records to another directory service. The augments will be created automatically if you first set up your OS X server in WorkGroup mode, bind to your directory service, and then use the Server Preferences tool rather than Server Admin to perform the setup. iCal Server uses CalDAV, an extension of the WebDAV protocol that Microsoft Entourage can use to interface with Exchange. CalDAV is a well-defined open standard and so developing around it is in no way a black box. However, it is not as widely dispersed as Microsoft Exchange and so there are fewer tools that integrate with it. Still, nothing is likely to work better with iCal Server than the iCal client itself, included by default with all Mac OS X installations. Alternative clients include open source programs Mozilla Sunbird and the Mulberry email and calendaring application. Additionally, there are several third-party Outlook plug-ins available, though they tend to perform as second-class citizens.
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To get started with iCal Server, first install the service. On a freshly installed Mac OS X Server that is either running as a directory server or already bound to one, open the Server Preferences application. Server Preferences can be found at /Applications/Server and when opened looks far less intimidating than Server Admin (see Figure 5-12). This is because Server Preferences is a fairly dummied down version of Server Admin.
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To enable the iCal service, click on the orb just to the left of the iCal icon. Then, as shown in Figure 5-13, click on the Limit each calendar event s size to: field and provide a number (in megabytes for the maximum size of a calendar event, keeping in mind that calendar events can contain attachments). Next, click on the Limit each user s total calendar size to: field and provide a maximum per user. If you will not be using attachments, you can use a number around one megabyte or smaller, at which point storage becomes a minimal issue. Next, move the slider to the On position and the service will start up.
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Figure 5-12. The Server Preferences application
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Figure 5-13. Enabling iCal service using Server Preferences
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At this point you might be saying to yourself, that can t be all there is. Well, you re right. You can use the iCal service in Server Admin in order to more granularly configure settings, as shown in Figure 5-14. To set up the iCal service from the Server Admin tool, click on the name of the server in the SERVERS list and then on the Settings icon. Next, click on the check box next to the iCal entry and you should see the iCal service appear in the SERVERS list underneath the name of the servers when you click on the Save button. Now click on the iCal server entry and you will see a number of options, including:
Data Store: The location on the server s file system for the iCal
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Maximum Attachment Size: The maximum size of a given attachment (and therefore the maximum size of a given event). User Quota: The maximum size of a user s calendar. Authentication: The authentication method used----Digest, Kerberos or Any Method. (Forcing to Kerberos or Digest can be useful in troubleshooting or to enforce encryption policies.) Host Name: The DNS name of the server (or service if you have multiple records pointing to the host). SSL: Allows you to select a certificate that has been installed on the
host. Even if you are using a self-assigned certificate on the Mac OS X Server, you should use SSL when possible.
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