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jefflessard

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Hello,

I am unable to subscribe to a calendar published on our Kerio server, altough it works perfectly on other workstation running OS X 10.4 Tiger.

Kerio 6.4.2 on OS X server 10.4.11

thanks,

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My IT Indy

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Does iSync work?

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jefflessard

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I would say yes, but I'm not sure how I would test that. I can tell you that Kerio isync connector works well.
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The reason I'm asking is because there are different ways to get a calendar into iCal. Subscribe is read only via iCal itself, whereas iSync is via the Kerio iSync Connector in System Preferences. And then there's Caldav (coming soon in v6.5)

I was just seeing if one way worked when another didn't.

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