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WebDAV on a personal site

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Hey all, I just got WebDAV enabled on my server so that you can now sync iCal with your web site. Here is a link to the demo, check out our price's they are pretty cheap and we have an incredible network connection so everything is nice and fast. Here is the link to the demo of iCal: http://www.serversunderthesun.com/dav/

Check out our price's and e-mail me if you have any questions.

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Let me know if there is something you need that I don't have on the server.

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