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I am looking for a way to setup a 'tech schedule' calendar on my KMS. We currently have KMS setup and can sync our PDA's OTA, and it works great. The thing that we are having trouble with is that we don't have a consolidated location to put everyone's schedule. Ideally, we would be able to have a single public folder calendar that, when we needed to schedule a tech, we would schedule them on that calendar and just send them an invite. Where this runs into trouble though is that the organizer can't seem to invite himself or herself (e.g., get the event replicated to his / her calendar). It looks like this has been hashed over a bit with regard to resources (specifically, conference rooms), but I've not found a good work around for it. We're on KMS 6.4 on Linux and we're using the webmail as our primary client. Any suggestions?

The box said "Requires Windows 98 or better", so I installed Linux
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I've just noted something interesting about this. Because of the performance issues with the KOC, I've been using webmail exclusively. Just for giggles, I decided to try this same thing with Outlook (via the KOC). To my surprise, when I created an event on a public folder calendar and added myself as an attendee, an email was sent to my webmail (never showed up in Outlook) with an option to accept. When I accepted, it posted the event to both my calendar and the public folder calendar.

Is anyone else having any luck getting this to work? Is there a work-around that I'm missing?

The box said "Requires Windows 98 or better", so I installed Linux
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