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Automatically export GroupWise calendar of several users

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Hello =)

I am trying to write a script that is able to export current appointmens (within a timeframe) from our GroupWise 7 system to either ICS or CSV format.

The deal is that I would not prefer a GUI todo it, I want to automate it all, it wont log in/out between each as I will have rights to read the other ppl's GroupWise Calendar.

The options I have are:
- Find a GW connector, or somehow automate a GUI process that goes through each GW user and exports to a dir.
- Write a crawler that goes through the Webmail app and reads the appointments from here. ( I already have written a PERL script that logs in to A user account and fetches data, if I expand on this maybe I can do the whole export deal, user by user?)
- Any good applications out there that already does this?

(I want the end result to be that I import whatever the export was to a calendar formatted file for all to easily see if the person has an appointment or not, no further information is needed!)

Any ideas on what approach I should make to this?
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I also found a GroupWise API documentation, I will get going with that, found a sample that let me search the samples =)
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