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Ability To Subscribe and Check Availability Of Calendars Between Distinct Domains, Directory Servers, Ports and Calendar Servers (Doc ID 2917412.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Calendar Server - Version 8.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following scenario exists and we would like to know if this is possible:


- UserA from DomainA, wants to invite userB from DomainB, and can see if userB is available (or not) on a desired day/time.

- When the event is registered, userB receives an invitation email.


- There are two different Calendar Server/hosts with different LDAP/Directory Servers which listen on different ports.

- The two calendars are on two different servers. However, the two LDAP/directories are on the same server but not declared on the same port: DomainA is running the Directory Server on port 397 and DomainB is running the Directory server on port 389.


- In the existing setup, UserA can successfully send mail to UserB.

- UserA is able to invite UserB via email successfully. This is not performed through iMIP notification.

- We would like the “check availability” (free/busy) functionality to work between these two domains where the calendar of DomainA can display events of the calendar of DomainB and vise versa.


We have applied the instructions described here:

We followed the method shown in example 1; however sharing does not work.

Is this possible to achieve?



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