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Hi guys,

We've been using KMS in a small sized company for a few months now, and we are looking to migrate to using the other features offered with KMS. We are looking at using KOC for our Windows (Outlook 2003) users.

We would like users to be able to differentiate their local calendar from the calendars they are subscribed to. This seems to be somewhat popular amongst the forums, but I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions about it. I am aware that folder view is a way to see who's calendar is who's, but we would like to be able to see calendars side by side in calendar view and be able to select specific calendars. I've also seen the post regarding the service that can run on KMS, but we have it running on OSX server so that won't work. There's probably no solution at this time, but does anyone have any practical workarounds that we could use to simplify this for our end users?


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That tool isn't working anymore with 6.4.

This feature is not present, but hopefully will, because the current situation makes the special Calendar views useless in Outlook 2003/2007...

[Updated on: Thu, 21 June 2007 19:09]

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