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In a posting in November 2013, I argued for a ‘translation service’ from CalDAV to IMAP, i. e. a service that provides a CalDAV interface to the user, but transparently stores the calendar entries in any (read: third-party) IMAP account configured by the user.

Now, soon after my posting I stopped looking for solutions, as other RL matters popped up. However, the need for a synchronized calendar across different devices and family members still exists. Therefore, I restarted my search for a solution.

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Recently, I faced the need for a synchronized calendar, i. e. a calendar synchronized between multiple devices (PC, smartphone, tablet) and maybe different persons (sharing a single calendar). Some of the big freemail providers like Google or Live/Outlook.com (Microsoft) offer online or web-based calendars. But those systems have limitations or issues such as residing in the U.S.A. (no protection for non-US citizen) or are tied to a certain application or non-standard protocol. So, there is need for a more generic solution.

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