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Dear All
I want to know the default path opt by the MAC OS for storage of the iCalander file.
However We can export the iCalander file at the location whereever we want but I want to know what the path will be taken by the OS if we are not exproting the iCalander file.

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Well, a quick spotlight search reveals that they are in your home folder>library>calendars. At least on Leopard. It appears that it's a little more complicated filing system that just one .ics file for an entire calendar.
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Thnaks for your reply.
I tried that and I found the calander folder inside home->Library.
But I could not found any iCal file inside that folder however I am using iCalander application and created few icalander files.

I am using MAC 10.4.9 Tiger.
I am using iCal 2.0.5 version.

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Well, a quick spotlight search reveals that they are in your home folder>library>calendars. At least on Leopard. It appears that it's a little more complicated filing system that just one .ics file for an entire calendar.

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First of all Mac 10.4.9 is Tiger.

I checked on Tiger and it's in home>library>application support>ical

But it too is not organized in a way that would be useful to anyone other that the iCal application.
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Thanks for your help.
It worked.

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First of all Mac 10.4.9 is Tiger.

I checked on Tiger and it's in home>library>application support>ical

But it too is not organized in a way that would be useful to anyone other that the iCal application.

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