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How do I setup CalDAV with the calendar plugin?
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The Roundcube Plus calendar plugin comes with a CalDAV server that makes it possible for the users to connect to their Roundcube calendars with programs like iOS Calendar, Thunderbird, Outlook, Evolution, or any other CalDAV-enabled client....
How do I install a plugin?
Article rated 3.1/5.0
This article describes the steps you need to take to install a Roundcube plugin. Keep in mind that some plugins will require additional setup steps that will be listed in the plugin's README file. Please refer to that file for detailed instructions....
Are the plugins compatible with mobile devices?
Article rated 3.4/5.0
The plugins will work properly on mobile devices if they're used in conjunction with the Roundcube Plus skins, which are compatible with mobile devices.
How can I keep the plugins updated with the latest version?
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When you purchase the plugins, you are granted a 1 year upgrade license. This means that for 1 year from the purchase date you can download new versions of the plugins from the customer area of our website.We release new skin upgrades quite frequently, so we recommend keeping your license current so...
Can I use Google calendar with the calendar plugin?
Article rated 3.2/5.0
Yes, you can display the events from a Google calendar inside your Roundcube calendar. Due to Google restrictions, the events will be read-only.To enable this functionality you need to get the Google calendar API key and put it in the calendar config file. Follow these steps:1. Go to https://console...
Which version of PHP does the Calendar App need to run properly
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The calendar requires PHP 5.6 or above.
Does the Email Schedule plugin work with SQLite?
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xemail_schedule cannot work with SQLite due to the fact that SQLite is not a centralized database so it's not possible to access the scheduled messages globally via a cron job. This is indicated in the requirements section on the email schedule web page.