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I just noticed that Outlook does not allow to import iCal events programmatically. I might implement some of the iCalendar data format (RFC 5545) if someone is interested Please post here or click the "Like" button if you think this is a good idea Edit: For download please see my signature
101 downloadsTools to import/export contacts from/to vcf files and calendar events from/to ics files (former name: iCal UDF). Note: This is a beta version - script breaking changes may occur at any time! Prerequisite: OutlookEX UDF. ICS (iCalendar) import The following components and properties have been implemented (full or partial). The test script iCal_VEventImport.au3 creates the test iCal file (Test.ics) on the fly holding two events. When you run the example script only one event for today gets written to your default calender. The second event is suppressed by the callback function. Debugging is enabled, so you get a full listing on the SciTe console how the iCal file gets processed. Format of the example iCalendar file: VCF (vCard) import The following components and properties have been implemented (full or partial). The test script vCardImport.au3 creates the test vCard file (Test.vcf) on the fly holding a single vCard. Debugging is enabled, so you get a full listing on the SciTe console how the vCard file gets processed: Links: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545 (ICS - iCalendar) https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6350 (VCF - vCard) Threads: General Help & Support Known Bugs: (last changed: 2019-01-22) None Things to come: (last changed: 2019-02-08) None BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort
For my iCal UDF I need to translate rfc 2445 duration format to an array holding the possible values (week, day, hour, minute, second): Has anyone already written some code to to this? "P15DT5H0M20S" should be translated to [0, 15, 5, 0, 20] ; week, day, hour, minute, second Some RegExp guru around? Any help is greatly appreciated