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xxlcenter

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i cannot synchronize iCal from Tiger to Tiger, only from Tiger to Leopard, which works fine.. I don't know how to connect to a Tiger-calender from a Tiger iCal application.
The manual only describes:
"Kerio Sync Connector is an application which allows bi-directional synchronization of
local events, contacts and To Do items (tasks) between Apple iCal and Apple Address
Book with an email account in Kerio MailServer . "


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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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What exactly does not work for you? KSC installation? Any error?
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xxlcenter

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I don't know how to connect to the calendar.

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xxlcenter

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The manual describes only one direction, from Tiger to Leopard. But I want to change calendar items of a Tiger iCal with a Tiger iCal on a different computer. I can do this already with a Leopard computer, but most of the user here are sill working with Tiger.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I'm afraid I don't understand it correctly. Manual describes two-way synchronization of iCal on Tiger (or Leopard) with KMS on any platform (Win, Linux, Mac).
You can synchronize multiple iCals with same KMS account.

[Updated on: Mon, 21 April 2008 23:40]

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