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j.turley

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I know I keep banging on about this but Kerio's implementation of CalDAV working with iCal really does need the ability to create private events.

If it had that it would go a long way to being nearly the perfect solution for us!!!!

Come on Kerio - please!! Very Happy

Jason
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Private events are not synchronized to shared calendars in iCal. The reason is simple. CalDAV standard does not solve existence of private events and first iCal versions don't support it at all. Apple has introduced own proprietary solution for this in latest 10.5.5 iCal update.
Anyway, since the iCal can't protect private events we've chosen most safe solution for this until it will be implemented in iCal and CalDAV standard.
We're evaluating Apple's solution if it can be compatible with KMS.
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marook

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So,

Does that mean that iCal and Entourage/Exchange both use a private feature to make/mark/secure private events?

As Entourage is able against Exchange and iCal against iCal Server, that seems to be the logic.. or?

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
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