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Kerio Mail Server 6.7.3 Running on a Mac Server OS X 10.5.8 Powerbook G4 OS X 10.5.8; MacBook Pro 10.5.8. Just after the new year (2010), I noticed that my iCal event times did not match the Kerio event times. There is exactly 8 hours difference. When creating an event in Kerio via the web interface, the event time appears on iCal accurately. When creating an event in iCal, it appears on my Kerio calendar exactly 8 hours later. I am in Perth, Western Australia. Kerio is set to GMT+8. Client computers are all set up to GMT+8. The server is set to GMT+8. I use a Mac at work and a Mac at home. Regardless of the Mac used to create the appointment in iCal, the event time is 8 hours later when viewed in Kerio, however any appointment made in Kerio will appear in iCal accurately. I have had our IT contractor (and Kerio person) examine the phenomenon and was unable determine the cause. When I make an appointment using my Nokia E71 and RoadSync it to Kerio, the event time appears in Kerio accurately. I am at a loss. Time zone support had been turned on in iCal, however I have deactivated that feature on all client computers (as a matter of trouble shooting). I do notice that if I have time support on in iCal and set the event time zone to UTC, the event time remains remains the same in Kerio and iCal. Any suggestions are most welcome. I would really like to use iCal again. I currently use the calendar in Kerio only (I have had to stop using iCal).

[Updated on: Mon, 01 February 2010 11:54]

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