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Nevis Calendars

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 CalDAV is the same calendar system used at Google Calendars and Apple's iCloud. There's a CalDAV server at Nevis, which can be used if you want to synchronize your calendars on multiple devices. All the programs listed below (Sunbird, iCal, Outlook) can synchronize with a CalDAV server, in addition to most tablets and smart phones.

The key bit of information is the name of the Nevis CalDAV server:

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http://calendar.nevis.columbia.edu/caldav/caldav.php/nevis/
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https://calendar.nevis.columbia.edu/caldav/caldav.php/nevis/
  If you're using Sunbird, you'll have to subscribe to each calendar individually by adding its name to the end of the above URL; e.g.,
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http://calendar.nevis.columbia.edu/caldav/caldav.php/nevis/university-holidays
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https://calendar.nevis.columbia.edu/caldav/caldav.php/nevis/university-holidays
  Use your regular Nevis account name and password; i.e., the one you use to login or read your mail.
 
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