Hi everyone. Within our evolution-kolab plugin, we need to access the webserver part of Kolab to retrieve free-busy information (no more than simple GET requests needed, but with authentication - as far as we can see atm ;-). The Kolab webserver will answer the GET request with an iCal file containing the free- busy-information.
Using the Camel.HttpStream should do the trick - is that correct? I've seen the Camel.HttpStream being used within Anjal (file em-format-mail.c). Is this Camel HTTP part being used somewhere else as well (to be used as another reference)? We would also need to be able to encrypt the HTTP connection using the Mozilla NSS infrastructure. When using "https://", the Camel.HttpStream will make use of the TcpStreamSSL which in turn uses NSS, is this information still valid? The motivation for my question is that the webserver may ask for a client certificate which will be handled by NSS, so we most probably cannot switch to any other mechanism here. Best regards, and happily accepting input on the issue, Christian -- kernel concepts GbR Tel: +49-271-771091-14 Sieghuetter Hauptweg 48 Fax: +49-271-771091-19 D-57072 Siegen http://www.kernelconcepts.de/
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