Zimbra REST API Reference:Get FreeBusy

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REST API Method: Get FreeBusy

Gets the calendar.

URL

http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/calendar.ifb?{params}

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HTTP Method

GET

Formats

ifb (Go to Response Formats)

Requires Authentication

true (Go to Authentication)

Parameters

  • fmt. Optional. The response format. Defaults to ifb
  • start. Optional. The start time range (milliseconds | yyyy/dd/mm | mm/dd/yyy | relative dates ).
  • end. Optional. The end time range (milliseconds | yyyy/dd/mm | mm/dd/yyy | relative dates).

Relative Dates

Relative dates are either in the future (p/+/{not-specified}) or the past (m/-), along with a numeric value, followed by the units. For units, everything after the first character is ignored (except for the "mi" case):

  • m(onths)
  • mi(nutes)
  • d(ays)
  • w(eeks)
  • h(ours)
  • y(ears)

Examples:

  • start=1day is "1 day from now"
  • end=+2days is "2 days from now"
  • start=p1day is "1 day from now"
  • end=-2days is "2 days ago"
  • start=+60mi is "60 minutes from now"
  • end=+1week is "1 week from now"
  • end=+6mon is "6 months from now"
  • start=1year is "1 year from now"

Usage Examples

Export free/busy data from the calendar folder (note: this is the free/busy data for the calendar folder only):

http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/calendar.ifb
http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/calendar?fmt=jfb

Export free/busy data across all calendars that are configured to be included in free/busy data:

http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/?fmt=ifb

Export free/busy data from the calendar folder for the next 60 days:

http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/calendar.ifb?start=0d&end=60d


Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0 Date Created: 01/16/2010
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Zimbra_REST_API_Reference:Get_FreeBusy Date Modified: 2010-02-11



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