I just spent the past 2 days attempting to find an inexpensive, simple solution for handling the Outlook calendar publish feature. I'm running Office 2013 on a home computer (and not MS's Exchange Server) According to MS, it simply requires a WebDAV server and that is what DriveHQ offers. So I created a free account, and attempted to use a variety of addresses supplied by DriveHQ for one of my folders... none of the addresses are acceptable to Outlook. Here's what I tried:
1) I published the folder's address using my browser and DriveHQ's online data management interface. Outlook doesn't accept this as a valid address
2) I used DriveHQ's Drive Mapping Tool and used these addresses: E:\, E:\DriveHQ_Dox, and \\(various numbers and letters).webdav.drivehq.com@SSL . Outlook doesn't accept this as a valid address.
3) I read some forum topics on the issue from 2007, but they all addressed the issue via FTP, but Outlook demands a WebDEV server, not an FTP server. One forum post by DriveHQ Webmaster suggested a workaround using DriveHQ FileManager, and publishing to a local server, but I have no separate computer to use as a server.
Can someone help me get this properly configured with some guidance on how to generate an acceptable WebDAV address? Any help would be appreciated.