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NAME

     calendarserver_export — Calendar Server export tool

SYNOPSIS

     calendarserver_export [-f config_file] [-o output_file] [-c collection]
                           [-H home] [-r record] [-u user]

DESCRIPTION

     calendarserver_export is a tool that generates a single iCalendar file
     containing all of the iCalendar components found from all specified input
     sources, providing server administrators a means by which to export data
     from the Calandar Server into a format that can be viewed and/or
     manipulated by other tools.  Multiple input sources may be specified; the
     resulting iCalendar data will contain the combined data from all sources.

OPTIONS

     -h, --help
           Displays usage information

     -f, --config FILE
           Use the Calendar Server configuration specified in the given file.

     -o, --output FILE
           Write resulting iCalendar data to the given file.

     -c, --collection DIRECTORY
           Read iCalendar objects from the calendar collection at the given
           path.

     -h, --home DIRECTORY
           Read iCalendar objects from all calendar collections within the
           calendar home at the given path.

     -r, --record TYPE:NAME
           Read iCalendar objects from all calendar collections within the
           calendar home for the directory record of the given type with the
           given name.

     -u, --user NAME
           Read iCalendar objects from all calendar collections within the
           calendar home for the directory user with the given name.  This is
           shorthand for -r user:NAME.

FILES

     /etc/caldavd/caldavd.plist
           The Calendar Server configuration file.

     /Library/CalendarServer/Documents
           The server's document root, which is the used as the backing store
           for the HTTP resources on the server.

SEE ALSO

     caldavd(8)

STANDARDS

     The iCalendar data generated by calendarserver_export is expected to
     comply with RFC 2445 (iCalendar).