Re: Daily email from my remote calendar
on 07:54 Wed 30 Mar, Gregory Seidman (email@example.com) wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 03:42:53PM -0700, Dr. Ed Morbius wrote:
> > on 08:55 Tue 29 Mar, Gregory Seidman (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > > I'm looking for something that I can run as a nightly cron job to email me
> > > what's on my calendar for the next day. My calendar is stored remotely
> > > and is available via CalDAV and WebDAV. Before I write something myself,
> > > does anyone know of an existing tool to do that? Remember, I'm looking for
> > > something I can run on my server, not a web service somewhere.
> > While not directly answering your question, there's the calendar(1)
> > utility, part of the bsdutils package.
> That would be perfect if it could work from a set of .ics files. I wonder
> if there is something similar that does.
Yeah, no such beast AFAIK, though other tools (KDE's "Kalendar / Kontact
PIM) do work with .ics files AFAIU.
> > Otherwise: you should be able to mount the remote calendar via FUISE,
> > grab it via cadaver, or other similar means.
> Ah, good call on mounting it, I hadn't thought of that. I now have it
> mounted via davfs2. That solves half the problem.
What's the other half?
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