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samroy

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Hi all,

I'm using the outlook connector for the first time and I tried to set up a meeting in Outlook 2007. I tried the function in the webmail and everything works fine but not in Outlook. If I plan a meeting and add a user using the contacts it stripes all the day with "No information". Another thing : There's a balloon tip that says "Microsoft Office Outlook - An error ocurred while reading internet disponibility datas. General failure. The URL was : https://mymailserver.mydomain.com:443/freebusy/mydomain..." I translated because it's in french, so it's not the exact english message, and I don't have the whole balloon message.

Anyone knows how to fix this ?
Thanks!
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It seems your client is not configured for SSL access to webinterface in KMS.
Try to enter that URL in Internet Explorer. You should be able to get .ics file with no warnings. Make sure that HTTPS service is running, SSL certificate is trusted in Windows on client and hostname in URL is equal to Common Name in SSL certificate.
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samroy

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Well thanks! I thought I had installed the certificate but didn't... shame on me, it works now! On the other hand, is there a way to see another user calendar ?

Thanks!
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rfisher

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I too get this. When attempting to create a meeting, I fill out all the info, specify the attendees.

When I click on Scheduling (to verify everyone is available) It causes OL2007 to crash.

" http://keriomailserver.mydomain.com:80/freebusy/%SERVER%/%NA ME%"

Is the path specified under Tools -> Options -> Calendar options -> Free/Busy options

Does anyone have thoughts? OR is this a legitimate bug?

Thanks!
Ryan
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