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       - For **Use SSL**, you will want to turn this **Off** unless you have configured your VPOP3 with an SSL certificate (VPOP3 Enterprise only)       - For **Use SSL**, you will want to turn this **Off** unless you have configured your VPOP3 with an SSL certificate (VPOP3 Enterprise only)
       - For **Port**, enter **5108** or whichever other port number you are using for the VPOP3 Webmail service       - For **Port**, enter **5108** or whichever other port number you are using for the VPOP3 Webmail service
-      - In Account URL enter, **https://<​server address>/​dav/​users/<​username>/​**. Use http or https at the beginning as appropriate. eg **http://​192.168.1.1/​dav/​users/​fred/​**+      - In Account URL enter, **%%http[s]://<​server address>/​dav/​users/<​username>/​%%**. Use http or https at the beginning as appropriate. eg **http://​192.168.1.1/​dav/​users/​fred/​**
       - Press the Back button labelled **CalDAV**       - Press the Back button labelled **CalDAV**
     - Press the **Next** button. Hopefully lots of ticks will appear, and the dialog will disappear if you have entered the details correctly     - Press the **Next** button. Hopefully lots of ticks will appear, and the dialog will disappear if you have entered the details correctly
  
 If you now go to the **Calendars** app in iOS, you should see the VPOP3 calendars listed when you press the **Calendars** button. If you now go to the **Calendars** app in iOS, you should see the VPOP3 calendars listed when you press the **Calendars** button.
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