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Specifies a time range to limit the set of FREEBUSY values returned by the server.


The CALDAV that for a given calendaring REPORT request, the server MUST only return the FREEBUSY property values of a VFREEBUSY component that intersects a specified time range.

The "start" attribute specifies the inclusive start of the time range, and the "end" attribute specifies the non-inclusive end of the time range. Both attributes are specified as "date with UTC time" value. The value of the "end" attribute MUST be greater than the value of the "start" attribute.

The server MUST use the same logic as defined for CALDAV:time- range to determine if a FREEBUSY property value intersects the specified time range.



   start value: an iCalendar "date with UTC time"
   end value: an iCalendar "date with UTC time"

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