Re: [Y-Mail] Importing iCal in Y! Calendar
- This is the Y-Mail list, not the Y-Calendar list! Take your questions elsewhere!No, I'm kidding.I don't know of any plans to incorporate iCal formatted files, but is it possible that iCal can export the file to a format that Yahoo can import and move your stuff that way? Not pretty, I know....One of the Yahoo team did mention here a while back that there would be a new calendar unrolling. I would think that they would want to include as much import/export-ability as possible. If you want to draw customers away from your competitor's products, you'll get more if you make it easier for them to move to your service.----- Original Message ----
From: themissinghour <themissinghour@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 1, 2007 5:28:20 AM
Subject: [Y-Mail] Importing iCal in Y! CalendarHi,
I hope its okay asking this question here as Calendar is built into
the Yahoo Mail service.
Are there any plans to add the ability to import iCal formatted files
into Yahoo Calendar? This is used by many applications, even Google
Calendar, but currently Yahoo's Calendar only imports specific
application formats rather than open data formats.
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- I'm thinking this may be the "iCal" Kenny mentioned:
The fact that "iCal" is also a product by Apple is simply an unfortunate (but obviously intentional) "coincidence" ;)
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