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Hi all,

I have a client who is using KMS 6.7.0 build 7660 and iCal on Mac OS X Leopard. He has set up several calendars on the KMS in iCal by going to File > New Calendar > user<_a.t_>domain.co.uk. That worked fine.

He wants to organise his tasks so that each one is associated with its respective calendar. This works at first; he creates a new task and sets the 'calendar' option in the task info pane accordingly. However, next time he opens iCal all of his tasks are associated with his primary user calendar.

I've set up his account on my Mac and am experiencing the same thing. I created a new task associated with each of his calendars and had them change to his user calendar after restarting iCal. I then created a new test calendar and added a task to that to have the same thing happen.

To add to the oddness, in house we're running the same version of KMS. I added a new calendar to my account and added a task to the new calendar, but haven't had the same thing happen.

Any clues are appreciated!
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