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I've had some tremendous help from the forum, so I've got another one for you all!
We recently migrated the office away from google calendar to iCal, using the Kerio calDEV tool. I set up an email address, projects<_a.t_> to have exclusive administrator rights to public folders. I then created public folders signed in to the webmail as 'projects'.
Now, when a user in iCal creates an event and then invites someone to that event, an email goes out with the invitation. However, it always results in a mail delivery failure notice, saying the email address 'Public Folders' in not valid and can't receive emails.
I don't know where this name or label comes from, or where it would be sitting. I can't see any user's name as 'Public Folder' in the Admin Console.
Any idea where iCal would be picking this up from, and how to get rid of it?
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