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rsaeks

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Hi there,

We are working on getting a few things setup with kerio, and so far, so good. One question we had is pertaining to iCal on OS X. Right now, users are used to having multiple calendars for different categories. We would like to store all user calendars on Kerio, and when having multiple calendars, only items placed in the auto-created Kerio calendar impact the free / busy searching.

I've tried checking the box "Events affect availability" but items on those calendars don't impact free / busy times.

Is this a limitation, or is there something I am missing?

Thanks.
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Hi there.

Welcome to the Kerio forums.

As you have suggested, only the default "Calendar" has free / busy / availability.

Any other calendars that you add, do not have availability features.

Cheers,
Derek

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rsaeks

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Too bad there isn't a way to have the calendars put their events into a "free / busy" database that is referenced with the free / busy searching.
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