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Good morning!

I have successfully configured LionServer to sync with OF for Mac. When I use the same information in OF iPhone, I get an error 403 PROPFIND Forbidden.

The share is set up to allow iOS (WebDav) access.

The same directory/share works from the iPhone with a program called Notebooks, synced via WebDAV.

Thanks for help!
Wolfgang K.
 
Can I expect the same problems with SL-Server?
I'd like the synch with my box via WebDAV, if it's not a to big headache.
thanks
quwx
 
WebDAV in ML is working "from the box".
 
### UPDATE: I was able to successfully sync after moving the share to the boot HD (Macintosh HD)... originally I had the share pointed to a drive named 'Internal Storage'... I think the space in the name may be causing issues. If I have time I will assess the risk of modifying the name of the drive to exclude spaces and see if it corrects the issue. ###

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Is it? I just installed a fresh copy of Mac OS X Server 10.8 with updates to 10.8.3 and sync is not functioning. I am getting the following error:

The <insert server name here> server returned "forbidden" (403) in response to a request to "MOVE /omnifocus/OmniFocus.ofocus-copy-in-progress-c66Nc9dP0gj/



Below is a copy of the default settings for httpd_webdavsharing.conf:

#
# Apache Config for WebDAV Sharing
# Activated and deactivated by com.apple.webapp.webdavsharing webapp
#

RegisterResource "WebDAV Sharing: %c %s" / main webdav
RewriteEngine On
RewriteOptions inherit
<Location /webdav>
Allow from all
AuthType Digest
AuthName "UserWebDAV Gateway"
Require valid-user
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule (.*)/webdav/(.*) /$2 [DPI]
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_USER} (.+)
RewriteRule (.*) ${webdavmap:%1}$1 [P,DPI,CO=WebDAVClient:TRUE:%{SERVER_NAME},L]
</Location>
RewriteRule ^/webdav$ /
RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} WebDAVClient [OR]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_METHOD} (OPTIONS|PROPFIND)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/principals/.*
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/calendars/.*
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/addressbooks/.*
RewriteRule (.*) /webdav/$1 [PT,DPI]

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