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Re: Implementing a vcalendar server
Andrew Proud wrote:
> I have tried your page with both Netscape4.75 and IE5. I can get the 'here'
> link to work fine with IE but not netscape.
> I know now that my users do not have the vcalendar plug-in installed. (which
> I presume gives me npvcal32.dll)
> I have searched netscape for this plug in with no success. Cnet does not
> have it either. Google web searches merely tell me that over 5% of Netscape
> users already have the plug in.
> Could anybody tell me where to find it ?
Only Netscape browser included into the Netscape suite spot pack (HTTP, SMTP,
Calendar... serveur) contains the vCalendar plug-in (npvcal32.dll)
> I would most appreciate any help.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-imc-vcalendar@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:owner-imc-vcalendar@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Chris Wooff
> Sent: 17 January 2001 10:02
> To: Andrew Proud
> Cc: imc-vcalendar@xxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Implementing a vcalendar server
> Andrew I tried this a while back with mixed success. Nothing worked in
> IE. This may be because we run Netscape Calendar as our calendar client
> and Microsoft and Netscape won't talk. What client do you run? Do you
> have a vcal page I could view to see how you've got things working with
> Netscape worked intermittently for me. There is a netscape dll you need:
> npvcal32.dll . If at any stage you want to see what Netscape plugins are
> loaded then you can use the pseudo URL: about:plugins.
> If you want to see my intermittently working facility, then visit:
> Hope this helps,
> --On 17 January 2001 09:13 +0000 Andrew Proud <andrew@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi
> > I am trying to create a Vcalendar file server.
> > I am experiencing a problem to do with different browsers accessing the
> > files.
> > If my users are IE users, they can just click on a link to the vcs
> > file and the update is made to their diary. However, if they are
> > Netscape users, clicking on the link just opens the file as pure text.
> > Is there some plug-in I need to give my netscape users ?
> > Is there a better way of doing this ?
> > Many thanks
> > Andy
> Chris Wooff mailto:C.Wooff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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