Use this screen to export events in iCal format. iCal is a text file format designed for publishing calendar information. For information about the iCal format, refer to RFC-2445 Internet Calendaring and Scheduling Core Object Specification (iCalendar). Many programs allow you to subscribe to remote calendars and have them appear transparently with the rest of your schedule.
There are many calendar applications that support the iCal format. We have explicitly tested Mozilla Calendar, Windates, EventSherpa, and KOrganizer.
If you have installed software that acts as a handler for the webcal protocol, you should be able to just click on the webcal link. This should open your calendar software and create a remote calendar link.
If you don't have a webcal protocol handler installed (it does nothing when you click on the link), copy the http:// link onto the clipboard and paste it into your calendar software.
If you don't want items from included calendars to be displayed, append ?rollup=0 to the URL.
CaveatsiCal is a very complex specification, and most software doesn't get it right. We are aware of some of the following issues:
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