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ddigler22

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I have recently set up the caldav integration with the iphone. However, it seems that I cannot write to the calendar. I have already tried giving everything in the public folder editor access (as I read in another post that for some reason it reverts to the lowest level of privilege assigned to items in the public folder)

Has anyone gotten this to work?

I have also had no luck getting public folders to appear in the exchange activesync setup. I can only access my personal calendar folders.

All I want to do is have a public folder that the managers in our company can access and edit from their iphones. In essence it will be a 'shared' calendar among managers.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Upgrade to the latest Kerio MailServer version. It looks you're running version which doesn't yet support iPhone.
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ddigler22

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Version 6.7.1 is running. I was told this version supports the iPhone. Was I given incorrect info?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Just inaccurate. iPhone 3.1 firmware is supported since KMS 6.7.2 - see the release history: http://www.kerio.com/mailserver/history
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ddigler22

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Also - just to clarify - I can run activesync just fine on the iphone and mail and calendars in the root folder seem to work just fine. Its the public / shared folders that are not coming up.
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ddigler22

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So I kept fooling around with things and it turns out that it is not related to firmware. Everyone else in the company who has an iphone has no issues - they can both read and write to the calendar.

However, I can only read the calendar, which is strange because I am the administrator of the companys mail and the calendar which is in the Public Folder.

I have tried everything, but it just seems that my user simply doesn't have that access...

any ideas?
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marook

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How do you get it to even Show the calendars in the Public Folder??
We don't see those on our server.. Special Permissions?

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