1st: changing the max upload size lead to a temporary dissappearance of the integrity warning - strangely enough after a few moments the warning came back. And i dont succed to get from a 1 GB limit back to a 2 GB limit…
2nd: whilst logging into the adress book account with Mac OS X went fine after the implementing the rewrite rules, i cant explain why but some adresses will just not sync? i got two machines, the first machine got two of my 4 test-adresses, the second machine doesnt get any adress, although it seems to be logged in the nextcloud-adressbook without any error message.
by the way, i found out i have a .htacess not only in my clouds root folder, but also one in my config folder. is it supposed to be there or could it be a source of trouble? it reads as follows:
# line below if for Apache 2.4
Require all denied
# line below if for Apache 2.2
deny from all
# section for Apache 2.2 and 2.4
Server port is usually SSL port (default : 443) but this value maybe different from server to server.
Please remove /nextcloud/ if your nextcloud is installed in root of your domain.
Do not forget to change USERNAME to your own NextCloud User
In iOS is actually very easy and kind of silly !!
First you should go through adding CalDAV and CardDAV as normal then after sometime it will give you an error just choose cancel and go to advanced (do not quite the whole process just cancel using NON-SSL version) and choose Using SSL (if you want to) and type in your SSL port (Usually 443 by default) and again click on next so it tries to verify the server and after sometime gives you the same error. So again click on cancel and then “SAVE”.
Despite the errors in this time this will work like a charm meaning the error is just wrong.
Note: I used the the Cal/CardDAV path from my NextCloud for the server path.
Note: In some cases this is not needed to set the port but in my case it did not work without setting the port.
I hope this helps
Good luck and please keep us updated if this worked for you too.
I’ve been having similar problems and just seen your response. I’ve got the calendar on OSX working but still cannot get it to work on IOS . What’s the entry that you have on the advanced settings in CalDav on IOS?
Well this is really inexplicable. I decided to remove all the entries on both the iPhone and iMac and re-entered the settings again for both CardDav and Caldav. After filling in all the initial settings and saving then, I then went back into the advanced settings and entered
I am unable to connect my nextcloud instance, served from a shared web host, to my mac calendar and address book applications. It seems, my mac (high sierra mac mini) connects to the given urls (I used all variations I found in numerous posts, not only here), but there is never any data transmitted.
I would need some help to debug this, but I do not know, where to start.
If I use https://serverfqdn/.well-known/carddav in the browser, I get the correct answer. I can connect with my android phone without problems, so the problem is on my mac, only.
If service-discovery is working you can use automatic account type:
on your Mac go to system-settings and add carddav account
choose automatic as account-type and as email-address use USERNAME@yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with the domain you are running Nextcloud on). This doesn’t have to be a valid email-address. Important: only the domain is needed, even if nextcloud is not installed in webroot. Mac OS uses then service discovery to grab the correct links.