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yeah i suggested that solution as it would have saved the second company some costs (no initial server license required) but alas that situation was out of my hands as i have no control over there IT

i know with exchange and entourage you can attach a delegated user on a seperate server, would like to know how to do this for public folders which i assume would be the way to do it.

i am assuming it wont be possible on ical...

thanks for your input so far

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Perhaps filing a Feature Request via Kerio Support will help (in the future)

It would also be nice, if one could setup multiple servers and just connect to one server and be able to access your stuff (mail, calendar etc.) without the need to know on which server your stuff is.
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