i Calendar is a computer file format which allows Internet users to send meeting requests and tasks to other Internet users by sharing or sending files in this format through various methods. With supporting software, such as an email reader or calendar application, recipients of an i Calendar data file can respond to the sender easily or counter-propose another meeting date/time.The file format is specified in a proposed internet standard (RFC 5545) for calendar data exchange. Calendar, Evolution (software), e M Client, Lightning extension for Mozilla Thunderbird and Sea Monkey, and partially by Microsoft Outlook and Novell Group Wise.
i Calendar was created by the Calendaring and Scheduling Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force, chaired by Anik Ganguly of Open Text Corporation), and was authored by Frank Dawson of Lotus Development Corporation and Derik Stenerson of Microsoft Corporation.
i Calendar is heavily based on the earlier v Calendar by the Internet Mail Consortium (IMC).
For a new Group Wise Administrator, the prospect of upgrading the Group Wise system can be a bit daunting.
Of course, even those of us who have done hundreds of upgrades run into issues occasionally.
When you publish your personal calendar, it is published to your system’s Calendar Publishing Host.
For additional information about your Calendar Publishing Host, see your Group Wise administrator.
The most notable change is that a 64 Bit OS is now required.
So, regardless of the other hardware specs of your servers, if you are still running a 32 bit OS you will need to migrate your data from your current server to a 64 bit OS. Console One is not supported foy Group Wise 2014 Administration.
Simple web servers (using just the HTTP protocol) are often used to distribute i Calendar data about an event and to publish busy times of an individual.