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Sackka

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Hey guys. Any help on this would be appreciated.

I use KMS 6.2.2 and Outlook connector.

I noticed this problem just after I installed Sunbird and subscribed to my KMS calendar and I'm just assuming they're related. Didn't actually post anything from Sunbird. Just subscribed.

I no longer have write access to my Kerio Calendar, in Outlook or in Webmail. I can't enter new events or accept invitations from anyone. No problems using email, tasks, notes, or contacts. Just calendar. If i open a new event in Webmail it says, "Read-only" at the top and the save button is grey-ed out. In outlook a popup saying I don't have access to this folder shows up.

Tried logging in to webmail and selecting access rights on my calendar. I'm set as administrator. Tried restarting KMS as well as the server it's running on. Tried changing my password as well.

I'm out of ideas.

If anyone has encountered this before I've love to hear what you did.

Thanks
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Lyle M

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Last I checked, Sunbird is not supported by Kerio. Your specific problem is the result of the Sunbird connection.

http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&goto=28229&S =1191bf9552f56d015301dca92114c325&srch=sunbird#msg_28229

-Lyle
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Sackka

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Thanks for the help, Lyle.
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