I had a user that asked me a few questions about the Calendar portion of the Kerio system. I think I already know the answers but I want to see if anyone knew of a way to deal with these issues that I haven't stumbled upon. All of these questions are related to using the calendar through the full featured web interface in Firefox 2 on a Mac.
1. Is there a way to sort (alphabetically) the list of subscribed calendars in your folder tree other than removing all of them and adding them back in reverse alphabetical order?
I think the answer to this is no, but I hope there is a way to get the folder tree to sort subscribed calendars by some means.
2. Is there a way to globally turn off the 15 minute reminder when events get added to your calendar rather than un-checking the box for every event?
Again I think the answer to that is no.
3. Is there any way to delete or modify one item in a recurring event without effecting the details of the other recurring events?
Again, I don't think this is possible.
4. Is there a way to set your work day so that people know what time your workday starts and ends. We previously used Meeting Maker and in that program you could set your start and end time for workdays. It made it nice so people wouldn't propose an 8:00 a.m. meeting to someone that doesn't start until 9:00 a.m.
Again, I don't think this is possible, but it would be a great feature to add.
It may be that all of these items are really feature request items. If so, I guess I will have to get them properly entered into that queue. Thanks.
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