We're having some issues explaining to clients the Kerio's particular behavior - usually in contrast to the expectations of Outlook/Exchange users.
If you share our concerns we ask you to submit a feature request as a support ticket.
1. In KMS, there is no automated processing of meeting invites for mail users. This does not allow the setup of tentative meeting auto-accepts.
Only after a user has had the opportunity to act upon a meeting invite, his/her free-busy schedule will be updated accordingly. This results in conflicting meetings being scheduled.
Exchange/Outlook has an event-sink setup where ant non-conflicting meeting is automatically tentatively accepted into a user's calendar folder and thus hos/her busy schedule. Exchange is using this for resource scheduling.
The code seems already there in KMS' resource scheduling. We urgently need this as a user option - possibly controlled in webmail.
2. Kerio allows multiple Calendar folders. The free busy calendar is compiled from the main calendar "Calendar" folder contents only.
The cumulative information of all calendars should be used for this information. If not, incomplete availability information is available to meeting organizers. Zimbra allows optional removal of single user calendar folders from being included in the published free-busy schedule.
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