While I know that Nighthawk will offer CalDAV compatibility, I'm not terribly clear how that works with Leopard Server - are they compatible, mutually exclusive, etc.?
For the first release we sync to your local iCal using Sync Services. When we designed our data architecture, however, we took into consideration about how to sync to other servers, such as CalDAV servers and Exchange servers. At this time the NightHawk server is distinct from the other two. You can run a NightHawk server on the same machines as those other servers, but they don't interoperate and share data. Over time I would expect our customers would want us to allow full data interchange with other servers.
_________________________ John Wallace Now X Tech Lead President, Now Software, Inc.
I know how challenging data interchange is, so I anticipate this being a somewhat lengthy process, but I'd just like to make a plug for the notion that interchange is becoming the core requirement for a calendar system, and the software that handles that best makes a great argument for being the best product.
Nighthawk seems extremely well-positioned to be a winner in this space, and I'm hopeful!
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