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shufflez

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Can someone help me with instructions on how to get this one working?

I've been trying ever since the first 6.x.x series, but i have never been able to figure it out! We've installed it as a service directly on the mailserver, on clients, on both, but nothing gives me the owners names in shared private calenders!

Which is realy annoying for our office-management, they now have to guess which calendar is whom, which is getting harder and harder when automatization grows (currently 11 sales-users and 20 'out-doors' employees with managed calendars and OTA-sync).
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winkelman

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Search the forum, there are (unsupported) solutions to be found...
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xommen

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The thing we do, is let the user put his initials in his own appointments.

Something like WvO - Appointment that way you will now who's calendar you are looking at.

It works for us, but I would love to have a better solution.

The unsupport solution from Kerio only works on Windows, although it seems to be perl based.

[Updated on: Thu, 10 May 2007 22:01]

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