See It In I Cal
If you're using iCal in Lion (the very latest Mac operating system) you have to do things a little differently. Please read the instructions below for an overview then see how folks are getting this to work with Lion on our support forums.
How do I add a FileMaker Calendar to iCal?
1. Open iCal and select "Preferences" from the iCal menu.
2. Click on the "Accounts" tab and the click the plus sign in the lower left to create a new account.
3. Select "CalDAV" as the account type, and enter the username and password you use to log into FileMaker. This doesn't have to be a full access account, but the account has to have XML publishing access and meet a few other requirements.
4. Enter the complete server address as shown on the "Published..." page you arrive at after clicking the "publish" button in your file. (This is step 7 in our integration instructions.) This address looks like:
Do NOT forget the slash at the end of the filename, or the http:// in front of the ip address.
5. You may a warning about an unsecured connection-- this is because your server isn't set up to use SSL. You can learn more about that here, but click "Continue" for now to set up add the calendar to iCal.
6. That's it. You'll be back on the preferences' Account screen where you can give the server a name in the Description Field. Then close the preferences window and you'll see iCal start loading your calendar(s).
Watch a longer video showing how to set Zulu up and introducing some basic filtering. If you're having trouble creating a Zulu account in iCal, this can help: longer video.
iCal can be kind of picky, so be patient and check for the following issues...