By joesciallo on Feb 13, 2007
I'm not a Mac user (yet)--actually, I'm thinking about making my next computer purchase a Mac, but that's another story--but for those of you who are, and are using our Sun Java System Calendar Server product, there's good news: You can use JSCalendarSync to synchronize data between Calendar Server and Mac OS X’s iCal.
JSCalendarSync uses the native synchronization framework provided by Mac OS X 10.4. Note that JSCalendarSync development is in progress, it is not to be considered as a finished product. Mac users can also benefit from Lightning, the Mozilla Thunderbird extension, created by Sun's StarOffice developers. Indeed, several Sun teams are using Thunderbird+Lightning to collaborate.