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Hi, I'd just like to say that I am really impressed by the latest version of the mail server. The introduction of resource and meeting room scheduling was much needed, an absolute necessity for any decent groupware solution.

I have been looking at a number of calendaring solutions for the Mac and along with Apple's iCal server this looks compelling and very simple to use.

I do have a couple of small issues that I hope Kerio will iron out.

The first is that when using Kerio 6.6 and iCal/Caldav there isn't an option to create private events in iCal - unlike Apple's iCal server + iCal combo. This is a big one for us - are there any plans to implement?

The second is a how attendees are added to a meeting. In Apple's solution you can create group, attach people to that group and in iCal start to type the group name and it will fill in all of the people in that group - a bit time saver when entering more than a handful of people in a meeting. I understand Kerio's groups work differently to Apple's but is there any possibility of mimicking Apple's method?


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