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I am testing KMS and I am having some problems getting calendars to work the way I would like them to.

All of our users have Macs. My plan was to have users synch iCal with Kerio and then share the calendars if they wish. That way other users could modify the calendars IF they use the web interface (but otherwise could subscribe to the calendars via iCal for read-only access).

Problem 1: when I put the calendars inside of a calendar folder and then share the parent folder, the person trying to access the shared folder is not able to see the calendars within that folder. I read that if you share the calendar you want to share directly, after a synch the calendar will no longer be shared.

Problem 2: I thought I remembered reading that if a calendar is within a folder then synching will not work. In a test I saw that changes made via the web browser ended up in iCal but not the other way around.

In sum, my users want shared calendars and want to be able to read the calendars in iCal (they would also like to edit them in iCal but they will have to wait for Leopard). I should be able to do this, correct?
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