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Hi there,

I was using Thunderbird mail client with the Lightning calendar extension, and connecting to my Kerio Calendar via calDav. This all worked fine.

I recently installed Outlook 2007/KOC, and it all works great, except I can read my Calendar, but can't write to it (make/edit appts, etc). I get an error saying I don't have permisson to write to this folder.

I also can't write to the calendar using webmail. Thunderbird / Lightning continues to be fine.

Does anyone have any idea how to fix this up? It's a pain to have to launch Thunderbird whenever i need to update my calendar. I should say, I actually prefer Thunderbird, but I have to support users on Outlook, and they got tired of me saying "get a decent mail client" Wink

KMS 6.5.2 on CentOS, by the way.


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