On Friday 30 January 2009 17:35:50 H.S. wrote:
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> I am playing around with the idea of installing a calender server on a
> Debian machine at my home.
> The idea is that the family can maintain their calenders, appointments,
> schedules and to-do lists on the server and be able to access it from
> anywhere over the internet.
> Now if the server allows syncing to mobile devices, that would be an
> added bonus but is not required at present.
> Any ideas what we have in this respect in Debian? Experiences and
> insights will be most welcome.
> Please reply to this list only. I read this list on its corresponding
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> ever having been read.
I'm using davical both at work and home (two seperate installations) and
it's working quite well for me...
I basically followed the instructions found at  on the davical wiki 
even though the instuctions were for ubuntu it was easy enough to just
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