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We are running the latest version of Kerio Mailserver for eval. (30 day trial). I have set up a primary domain and added my users. They are able to send and receive mail inside the primary with the Kerio Connector setup. However, they cannot share calendars even if the permissions are set correctly. For example, user Tom sets the permissions on his calander for user Joe (listed in the contacts) to be a reader of Tom's calendar. User Joe sets his permissions to allow user Tom to be a reader of his calendar. In both cases, when the user opens the shared calendar the following is displayed ..'Unable to display folder. Your profile is not configured to support this operation fo this user.' No amount of configuration changes as fixed this issue. Any hints?

We are running Kerio on Windows 2003 server SP1, Outlook 2003 SP2, in a Windows Terminal Server environment using Citrix Presentation server. Users are not authenticating via AD on our DC; only at the Kerio Mailserver server level where users are entered.



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I had the same issue but from the manual page 227:

Shared folder mapping
Folder mapping is used for connecting the shared folders of other users. Use the Options dialog of the root folder to map the selected folder (right-click the Kerio root folder and select Properties for Kerio).

Figure 5.16 Context menu of the root folder Use the Folder mapping tab to connect shared folders of a selected user. In the Mapping name textbox, the email address of the folder’s owner is specified as ~owner<_a.t_> If one or more folders are shared by the owner, these folders will be displayed in the Folder menu.

To confirm the connection, click the Add button next to the list of folders. If the folder was connected properly, it appears in the list of mapped folders in lower part of the window. From
here, the folders can be removed using the Remove button.
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