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Due to the html description problem, I have setup localendar in a page of my website and have used iCa to sync a google calender into it. It shows all of the entries and while it loses the column format in google, there is no html junk in the description, just text. Using google as the master, I can then sync users outlook calendars to the master google calendar.

Everything was fine. I can click on the sync'd events and they would come up and display in the localender window. I then tried to search localendar for the sync'd events to load them locally. However they did not show up on a search. I would assume that localendar only checks it's internal events? If this is the case is there a way that the sync'd events be searched upon from localendar?
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Currently, we don't allow searching events imported via iCal, but it is on our to-do list smile
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