cPanel by default will not provide any assistance when it comes to managing calendars and contacts, we have managed to create a short article explaining the nuances of adding calendars and contacts in cPanel. This article will mainly deal with how you can add calendars and contacts across all your devices beaten Apple device windows desktop or android.
You can find your calendar (CalDAV) and contacts (CardDAV) setup information in cPanel’s Calendars and Contacts interface (cPanel >> Home >> Email >> Calendars and Contacts).
You need to put in your server name first, Followed by the user name which exists in that particular domain or the server that you have used to log in. After you put in the username, the password needs to be submitted as well. If you have added any other security measure in your account you need to feel that as well before you can proceed. After submitting all your credentials, you need to navigate to descriptions and then to your calendars where you will find all the information and the additional option to add a calendar as per your preference.
Some of the important things to note when you are viewing your calendar are listed below.
Navigate to settings and then scroll down to accounts and passwords. Following this tab on the account section and click on the ‘add account’ button. Click on the last option or the other option and follow the prompts to set up your account for cPanel in iOS.
For Android and Windows
Android and Windows use the same platform to enable you to log in and cPanel. Go to the account section in emails and tap on add account to add your cPanel account from which you can view your calendar and contacts in cPanel.