Integrating PSMail’s PSCalendar with the iPhone is quick and easy.
One of the most convenient features of an online calendar is the ability to view not only your own events, but the events of friends, family, and coworkers who have shared their calendars with you. The following steps explain how your acquaintances can share their calendars with you, allowing you to view them alongside your own in PSCalendar.
One of the great conveniences of online calendars is the ability to sync them across devices and/or platforms. If you use Outlook’s calendar on a Windows’s system, you can sync it to your PSMail calendar, allowing you to view the same material in both locations. Continue reading SETUP: Using PSCalendar with Outlook 2013
Android phones come with a built-in calendar that can be used to subscribe to events or to schedule/manage calendars. Unfortunately, Android does not natively support protocols Caldav and Webcal (with authentication), which are used in PSMail. However, if you want to sync your PSCalendar to your android device, a third party application called Caldav-Sync (Google Play) can help you integrate your PSCalendar system using these protocols in a secure way.
If you use Mac OS X, the new protocol CalDav makes it possible to sync with your PSMail calendar in some very useful ways. The following steps will walk you through the process of setting up the system. (NOTE: For a recent Mac, don’t use the iCal method in the earlier article on sharing calendars with [from 2010]. If you have tried to use those instructions on a recent Mac, please delete that setup and start over with the following steps.)
PSMail’s online calendar system has gotten a makeover! But don’t worry. It’s still free with your annual subscription! Life is busy, but PSCalendar can help you schedule appointments and manage events, even from your Outlook or Mac Mail clients. Read below for some details on how it works!
Publishing Your Calendar
(NOTE: If you are using the latest Mac with its “Calendar” app, these instructions are NOT for you. Click here for calendar setup with newer Macs.)
Step 1: Open iCal and select the calendar you want to publish from the left hand column. Click Calendar at the top of the screen. In the dropdown menu, click Publish.
Publishing Your Calendar
Step 1: In Calendar, in the navigation pane (the column on the left side of the Outlook window that includes tabs for Shortcuts, Mail, etc.), right-click the calendar that you want to share. On the shortcut menu, point to Publish to Internet, and then click Publish to WebDAV Server.