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    Moodle Calendar - import from Exchange

    How would I go about pulling personal calendars through to Moodle via exchange? (Only to the provate calendar on the moodle users profile though)



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    Same problem

    Wes, I'd be very interested in doing this also.

    I did succeeded in being able to read the moodle calendar in outlook last year but could only change details from moodle - no update in outlook was accepted (but I think that was probably on Moodle v1.9). Hopefully v2 can do this better.

    Appreciate if there is anyone out there who know how to do this.

    Ger

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    While Moodle does support subscription from external apps using ical, you can't as yet import calendar data into moodle let alone be able to have that data feed back into a parent app.

    Mr V



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