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We have some public calendars in Public Folders.
These calendars contains a lot of old calendar items. (5 years of data)

Is it possible to archive these calendar folders? How to do?

Gerrit Janssen
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The easest way is create subfolder and move items, that should be in archive (you can change permissions to block access to archive folders). I don't know any other solutions with Kerio Connect (maybe someone alse have?)


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I am also looking for a solution to auto-archive calendar items older than about 3 months in a public calendar. Our problem has nothing to do with access control. After 2 years, the calender has simply become so slow that it takes 2min to load everytime somebody tries to open it. So we want to keep in there only the recent items.

I suppose the solution with the subfolder won't help here ? Kerio's auto-archiving option only applies to messages ?
Any ideas ?

Thanks in advance !
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