#4 mysql syntax only, no proper sql

v1.0 (example)
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nobody
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2013-07-26
2013-07-26
sjwest01
No

If you use posgressql the sql file is not compatible for the calendar functionality.

Roundcube supports pgsql, and sqlite as the documentation also refers to phpmyadmin makes this only good for mysql servers.

Output from SQL commands in file /plugins/calendar/SQL/mysql.sql ..

psql:/plugins/calendar/SQL/mysql.sql:29: ERROR: syntax error at or near "" LINE 13: CREATE TABLEevents` (
^
newer calendar appears not to be open source as well. Might be wrong about that as i can find a commercial version

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