Users can synchronize BromleyMail with iCal and Address Book using the CalDAV and CardDAV
protocols on computers running OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). These protocols can be used to
synchronize contacts, calendars and notes. NOTE: For
ease of configuration on the Mac, the system administrator should setup a
CalDAV and CardDAV SRV DNS record. This is what makes the Mac
auto discover settings.
CardDAV for Address Book
Follow these steps to set up syncing through CardDav:
CalDAV for iCal
- Go to the Address Book Preferences Menu.
Click + to add an account.
Account type is CardDAV.
Enter full email address and password. NOTE: Use the format email*domain.com instead of email@example.com for the email address.
If a warning appears that says, "AddressBook couldn't discover the
account settings for the CardDAV Server," follow these steps:
- Click Create.
- Open Finder.
- Navigate to ~/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/
- In this directory, there will be a folder with a long string of characters. Navigate to it.
- Double-click Configuration.plist.
- Change the servername field to http://yourdomain.com:80/WebDAV/
- Save and close.
- Open AddressBook
- A new account will appear in the folder list
Follow these steps to set up syncing through CalDAV:
- Go to the iCal Preferences Menu.
- Click Accounts.
- Click + to add an account.
- Account type is CalDAV.
- Enter full email address and password.
- If a warning appears that says, "No CalDAV servers were found," follow these steps:
- Click Continue.
- Account Template: None.
- Ensure your full email address and password is filled in.
- Enter yourdomain.com for server address.
- Enter /WebDAV/ for server path.
- Click Create.
- A new account will appear in the list