Better shared calendar support

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Hi, Is there a way to add a shared calendar to the calendar view? If there is, I'm not seeing it. I'm running the linux client if that is relevant cheers

  • Guest
  • Jul 19 2017
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  • Guest commented
    8 Jul 11:41am

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  • Guest commented
    19 Dec, 2018 09:57am

    With Solus Linux and Hiri I am not able to import a shared calendar. I have accepted the invitation and I can use the calendar in the MS Outlook Web interface, but the list of shared calendars within Hiri is empty (see attached screenshot). Any advice/update on this issue?

  • Guest commented
    18 Sep, 2018 09:56am

    What do you exactly mean by Exchange shared calendars? is this an calander view from resource mailboxes?

    We are running Exchange 2016 btw.

  • Guest commented
    27 Jun, 2018 06:44pm

    Hello, i don't know if its good place to put this but i have error when i search shared calendar : 


    [MainProcess Worker-2 ] ERROR 2018-06-27 20:34:41,358 - SOAP fault: An internal server error occurred. The operation failed. (SOAP code a:ErrorInternalServerError)
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "hiri/services/", line 623, in find_shared_calendars
    File "hiri/backend/", line 804, in convert_ids
    File "hiri/ews/", line 1196, in convert_ids
    File "hiri/ews/", line 1221, in _call_ews
    File "hiri/ews/", line 1216, in _call_ews
    File "hiri/ews/", line 82, in parse_xml_response
    hiri.ews.types.EWSSoapFault: SOAP fault: An internal server error occurred. The operation failed. (SOAP code a:ErrorInternalServerError)


    Do you have a idea (version ?

  • Guest commented
    14 Jun, 2018 07:00pm

    Being able to search the directory for calendars that haven't been explicitly shared but are available for free/busy status.

    Also, "Team" calendar groups.

  • Guest commented
    10 Jun, 2018 11:11pm

     Is there a way to manually specify the name of the calendar that has been historically shared with you? I've moved over to Hiri (bought a 12 month sub) and have hit a wall adding shared calendars.


    I click the + to add calendars and nothing is listed asked if I have accepted the share email. If hiri needs that share email, it seems a bit impractical to ask the many shared calendar owners to reshare it with me. Can I manually modify a config file to specify the calendar instead, if there is no GUI for this yet?

  • Guest commented
    1 Jun, 2018 07:43am

    For me, I cannot see my colleagues' calendars. I am able to see those calendars both in Outlooks web-interface as well as in the Evolution exchange connector. Hiri doesn's show me any.

  • Guest commented
    8 Jan, 2018 04:31pm

    I cannot get this new feature to work with a shared Outlook OWA contact's shared calendar. I got an email from them with a "sharing_metadata.xml", but this does not appear to be readable by Hiri, neither can I figure out how to access the contact's shared calendar in anything but Outlook OWA.

  • Admin
    David Power commented
    20 Nov, 2017 06:11pm

    Viewing shared calendars has been added in Hiri version 1.3.4. Go to your calendar, click + under the Shared calendars section on the left hand side, and select the calendar you'd like to see.

    The remaining two features are coming but they are lower priority.

    Thanks for the feedback!

  • Guest commented
    30 Oct, 2017 07:21am


    Firstly needed "Support Exchange shared calendars". 2nd and 3rd not important for me.

  • Guest commented
    24 Jul, 2017 12:06pm

    I think that would be great!

  • Admin
    David Power commented
    24 Jul, 2017 11:32am

    How we can improve shared calendar support:

    1. Support Exchange shared calendars
    2. Allow users to add shared calendars via Hiri
    3. Allow users to set permissions within Hiri for shared calendars