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anthony.somerset

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ok so i migrated a company from some half baked ical server solution to a fully integrated Kerio deploy

on migration we moved there "public" calendars from an account to the public folders

however the calendar admin account does not exist at all anymore but is still classed as the organiser so people with admin access to the public folders cant edit the calendars,

is there anyway to batch edit the calendar events to make the organiser a certain user?

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Hi there.

I don't have the specific answer to your question, but one specific solution may be to edit the calendar setting files in your KMS mailstore directory (in the sub-directories held within).

You could perhaps (for example), search for a particular name/address in these files (e.g. using a Terminal command like GREP), and change these to the new organiser name...

Hope that helps,
D.

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anthony.somerset

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this is what i was thinking

sadly i have no real experience of grep and dont want to go editing mailstore files without knowing what i am editing or what to do and only want to do it if i know there should be no issues with it

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18 iPhones
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