Macworld has just published the third of three articles I wrote having to do with using the Leopard version of iCal for groups:
- In Corral group calendars, I describe a couple of ways in which multiple people can access and even edit the same calendar using iCal. One way to do this is to connect to a CalDAV server.
- If you use Leopard Server, it has a great CalDAV server built in. Learn how to set it up in Set up your OS X calendar server.
- If you don’t have Leopard Server, you can use an open-source version of its CalDAV software (Darwin Calendar Server), though you’ll have to do without a few high-end features. See Set up a free CalDAV Server.