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Hi,

in the webinterface in day view, I have a timeline on the left side and all entries show as boxes, their vertical size corresponding to the duration of the appointment.

How can I get this view in the week view? This is relevant to the application I am planning on using this version of Kerio for.

The secretaries make appointments for their bosses (as many as 50 per day) and need to see if there is still a white spot in someone's agenda (= room for an appointment). As for now, this is only possible in the day view, but not in week or month view.

Since a client might say that he is only available from tuesday to thursday, the secretaries must be able to see at once if there is still room for an appointment.

This type of view is incorporated to MeetingMaker and TeamAgenda and currently the only reason why these persons hesitate to use Kerio.

Attached you find a picture of a MeetingMaker week, showing how I would like it to be.

Is this possible with Kerio?

Thanks!

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