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Mara

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Is it possible to design the date in the calendar by colours?
Secretary =blue
technician=yellow
and so on
Or exist an other possibility to distinguish the entries?
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willowsv

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Exchange lets you re-label the colours on the Calender. When we ported over from Exchange 2000 it ported over our public calender as well.

Once we started using Outlook 2003 and KOC we found that it had still retained these colurs so they are obviously stored in the calender file in one format or another. We posted a feature request for Kerio to ask that these be reflected on the webmail....

That was over a year ago.

[Updated on: Mon, 20 November 2006 13:13]

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Mara

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thanks, but we don't ported from other servers. we just started with Krio.
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willowsv

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Yup the option has never been there in Kerio itself but the ability to label the colours does exist within the Calender File Format.

Kerio doesent allow you to yet.

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Mara

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wow, very fast::)
and so every user will have another colour for his entries in the public calendar?
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willowsv

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Well if you can relabel the colours yes

Joe Bloggs can have Red, Peter Dufford can have Green etc.

Places a feature request and hopefully they will look into it quicker.
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