The purpose of this knowledge collection is to provide links to a select group of documents and resources to educate readers on some items surrounding Domino iCalendar issues. iCalendar is an Internet standard (RFC 2445) for deploying interoperable calendaring and scheduling services for the Internet. The iCalendar format is suitable as an exchange format between applications or systems. It allows users of different Internet mail applications to exchange calendar information. iCalendar information is formatted as a MIME content type: text/calendar. MIME enables the object to be exchanged using several transports, including SMTP, HTTP, a file system, desktop interactive protocols such as the clipboard or drag/drop interactions, point-to-point asynchronous communication, and wired-network transport.
If you are looking for additional iCal or MIME related information, use the following terms in your keyword search: iCalendar; iCal; MIME; .ics; Outlook; Exchange; RFC 2445, External
Domino iCalendar technical documents
Support for iCalendar and vCard in Domino
Response actions may be hidden from delegated invitee in Notes/Domino
iCalendar reschedule from Exchange does not change time
iCalendar: MS Outlook is unable to book a Notes/Domino room or resource
Importing iCalendar V1.0 files is not supported in Notes 8
Can iCalendar entries be imported or exported using Notes?
Opening a federated iCalendar event causes "Notes cannot import your file at this time. Your file is not supported." error.
Error displays when Notes chair opens a response to a repeating meeting from an Outlook/Exchange invitee
Repeating meeting in Outlook only displays one instance
Even though Invitee selects Update Calendar, meeting is still set for the original time
IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 iCalendar: Interoperability, implementation, and application
Improving interoperability for users of Outlook and Exchange calendars
Add a calendar to your Lotus Notes 8.5 calendar