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Calendars IOS 8.0




This article provides instructions for how to set up cPanel calendars and contacts on an Apple® mobile device OS with IOS 8.0

Note: Calendars and Contacts Client Configuration feature (CalDAV) does not support Horde's Free/Busy system.

To find the calendars (CalDav) and contacts (CardDav) account configuration menu on your iOS device please follow as instructed below.

1- Tap "Settings"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0



2- Tap "Mail, Contacts, Calendars"
3- Under "Accounts", tap "Add Account"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0



4- Tap "Other"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0




5- To setup your calendars continue in the next point. To setup your contacts, jump to point 8.

6- To set up your calendars (CalDav) on your iOS device, tap "Add CalDav Account"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0



7- Enter your cPanel or email account CalDav information and tap "Next"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0



You can find your CalDAV setup information within the "Calendars and Contacts Client Configuration" interface of your cPanel account.

For example:

    Server: example.com

    User Name: example or user@example.com

    Password: 12345password

    Description: My Calendar


Important: We recommend you use secure HTTP for your connection. If you do this remember use the server hostname as the "Server" information.
If you use your domain as the "Server" information, your application will prompt you with the message "Cannot Verify Server Identity". You must tap "Continue" to complete the setup process.


8- To set up your contacts (CardDav) on your iOS device, tap "Add CardDav Account"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0


9- Enter your cPanel or email account CardDav information and tap "Next"

how to setup calendars and contact in IOS 8.0


You can find your CardDAV setup information within the "Calendars and Contacts Client Configuration" interface of your cPanel account.

For example:

    Server: example.com

    User Name: example or user@example.com

    Password: 12345password

    Description: My Calendar


Important: We recommend you use secure HTTP for your connection. If you do this remember use the server hostname as the "Server" information.
If you use your domain as the "Server" information, your application will prompt you with the message "Cannot Verify Server Identity". You must tap "Continue" to complete the setup process.






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