The Calendar and Contacts Server (CCS) feature helps the cPanel users in managing their CalDAV (calendar) and CardDAV (contacts) accounts from the cPanel & WHM server. While installing this plugin, this feature becomes the main calendar and contacts tool. The information is available in Horde through the server. But, cPanel account and Webmail users will then fail in connecting with the Horde calendar or address book.
Note that CCS plugin is compatible with CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7 and not compatible with CentOS 6, CloudLinux 6, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6, and Amazon Linux.
There are two steps to install the plugin. They are:
As a result, cPanel users can connect CCS to Roundcube, Horde, or other applications. One can read our How to Set Up Calendars and Contacts documentation to get more information on this topic. Keep in mind to enter port 8443 while setting up the server name and port.
Note that if you are a system administrator, you can access the CCS data through the calendar port (8443) and manage the CCS data through Horde, Roundcube, or other applications.
There are two steps to uninstall the plugin. They are:
Before uninstalling the plugin, remember that this uninstallation will erase all the CCS data that was formerly installed.
All information on the Calendar and Contacts Server (CCS) is outlined in this review.