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We are a small company and want to have an internal calendar (available on <some-internal-ip>/calendar) where we can track customer visits, travels, conferences, etc. Ideally it would be a google calendar that is directly editable on that page.

I tried the iframe-embedding but it doesn't seem to be editable. Is there a way to make it editable? Or can you suggest me alternative that are easy to setup (<1h to setup) and have a clean interface like google calendar does?

Oh and not all of my coworkers have a google account. So just sharing the calendar with them is not really an option.

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Unless the internal ip address as access to the internet this won't be possbile. You do understand if they don't have a google account then they won't be able to edit the calendar right? – Ramhound Apr 30 '13 at 11:14
@Ramhound Sure internet access is given. The question was about how to make it editable without using google accounts. Is there a reason why google does not allow this? – brimborium Apr 30 '13 at 12:00
They have no reason to allow somebody without a Google account to edit a shared calendar. Your question might be one thing doesn't mean its possible to use Google Calendar in this way. – Ramhound Apr 30 '13 at 12:03
@brimborium, you've said this is for your company and that it is small. In that case, set them all up with a Google account as part of company policy and have done with it! – Dave Rook May 1 '13 at 10:12

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