[asterisk-users] Asterisk 1.8 and calendar intergration
ish at pack-net.co.uk
Thu May 15 10:03:00 CDT 2014
I'm using asterisk 22.214.171.124 on CentOS 6.
I have compiled it with all the calendar modules:
*CLI> module show like calendar
Module Description Use
res_calendar.so Asterisk Calendar integration 4
res_calendar_ews.so Asterisk MS Exchange Web Service Calenda 0
res_calendar_caldav.so Asterisk CalDAV Calendar Integration 0
res_calendar_exchange.so Asterisk MS Exchange Calendar Integratio 0
res_calendar_icalendar.so Asterisk iCalendar .ics file integration 0
5 modules loaded
I'm trying to integrate this with a new calendar I've created on an
existing Google account but can't get it to work.
I've tried ical with the ical url from the calendar settings and I've tried
https://www.google.com/calendar/dav/<my-cal-id>/events/ as the url but it
just won't work.
I've added events in the next couple of hours with reminders on the
calendar that I'm referencing but the asterisk just wont pick up the events:
*CLI> calendar show calendar ishcal
Name : ishcal
Notify channel : SIP/<a-sip-peer>
Notify context :
Notify extension :
Notify applicatio : Playback
Notify appdata : tt-weasels
Refresh time : 1
Timeframe : 3600
Autoreminder : 10
The firewall on this machine is pretty permissive but I even turned that
off for a while to see if that was the problem but it had no effect.
I've reconfirmed the Google credentials and I've also tried making the
calendar public but I never see any events that I have added. I have set
reminders on the events themselves as I know they wont show without this.
Can anyone give me any pointers on where to look to debug as I'm struggling
a touch right now.
Thanks in Advance
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