The answers provided helped me resolve my CardDAV verification issue. Here are the exact steps I took:
Sign in to your Google Account at: https://myaccount.google.com/
In the Sign-in & Security section select: ‘Signing in to Google’
Select ‘App Passwords’
From the dropdowns: Select the app (contacts) and the device (iphone)
Follow the instructions ...
CardDAV Error with the iPhone is related to the 2 factor authentication. You need to log into your Google Account - settings and choose signing into google.
Generate an app specific password - this password you utilize on the iPhone and everything should sync.
Note this problem occurred for me after changing my Google password.
On starting Calendar (a week or two after changing my password) it asked me for my password, as it couldn't access my Google account [expected behaviour]. I gave it my new password, and it seemed happy. HOWEVER the problem still remained.
The fix is definitely like the other poster ...
I started encountering a similar problem with my Google for Business account last week. Mail.app was okay but Calendar refused to sync, returning the error message that "Your calendar URL is not a location that supports this request." every time Calendar tried to sync.
The solution was delete the account completely from System Preferences -> Mail, Contacts &...
Create a new google account for each calendar.
Or ask your favorite search engine and find the answer quite at the top of the list. For example, this one http://www.ehow.com/how_8251009_sync-multiple-google-calendars-ical.html.
It seems to be even much easier. Under Settings->Account enter the credentials to access the primary calendar ...
This might be more than what you're looking for, but OmniFocus is the best solution that I'm aware of that meets your stated requirements.
It does do nested tasks. If you're a fan of Getting Things Done, OmniFocus will feel pretty familiar to the workflow described therein. If you're not into GTD, OF still works, although the terminology might not feel ...
Unlike Outlook for Windows, neither Outlook:Mac 2011 nor Outlook:Mac 2016 support plug-ins. The closest thing that Outlook:Mac supports is AppleScript, which won't get you to the CardDAV or CalDAV support that you desire.
For my personal usage, I use a combination of Apple Mail (IMAP), BusyCal (CalDAV, which covers both calendar and tasks), and Apple ...
In iCal create a calendar entry with your resource or location in the invitation. Select the resource and click on the disclosure (the downward pointing triangle). Choose "Copy Invitee Address", your clipboard will have the uuid (unique id) of the resource, something like:
Now remove the urn prefix ('urn:uuid:')...
Sorry i dont have enough rep to comment instead. However, if you feel lucky and really really need your calendar events, i would try this:
Backup the iPhone using iTunes to your computer, make sure its a Unencrypted backup.
Navigate to ~/Library/Application\ Support/MobileSync/Backup/
Look for the folder updated recently.
Copy that folder to the desktop.
I also had this problem, and just fixed it. For me, the problem was that I recently changed my Google password, and I think Lightning was still using the old one. In the pop-up window that ask you to click Accept, in the top right, you can see the name of the Google account, click there and there is an option to log out. Then try again.
I have also read on ...
You are confusing a calendar subscription with a calendar account.
What you think of as a "calendar subscription" is merely a publicly readable file in the iCalendar format published using the "ical://" URI. This is a read only list of calendar dates.
CalDAV or Calendar extension to WebDAV is a protocol to allow a calendar server and a client application ...
If it really is a subscribed calendar (i.e. a URL to an .ics file) you should try the following:
In Calendar.app on your Mac, choose File > New Calendar Subscription and enter the URL from your iPhone.
I just thought I would add to this question, given that it was posted in March, with no further activity. Google originally posted this to the Google Blog:
CalDAV API will become available for whitelisted developers, and will be shut down for other developers on September 16, 2013. Most developers’ use cases are handled well by Google Calendar API, which ...
Since late 2012, you can add additional calendars to your main CalDAV account by going to https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect. After you have done this, you can uncheck the delegate calendars in the iCal settings.
Several things could cause this, but you could eliminate or reduce the chance by doing any or all of the following:
Turn off all networking before sleeping.
Reduce the refresh time period for that calendar to avoid it refreshing while the system is waking or getting re-connected with an available network.
Quit Calendar before sleeping.
Move the calendar to ...
I have a way to do this that may help your friend. My setup does what you're describing.
I use Microsoft Exchange for work and Gmail for everything else. I sync my iCal with Google calendar, Addressbook with Google contacts and use mail.app for all emails. I use 4 devices and all of them have the same contacts and calendar information.