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Hi everyone,

i'm testing kerio-connect in our company, everthing works fine, but i have few questions: First something about the settings.The Kerio-server is running on Fedora 11 and we have a OpenLDAP server running on Cent OS. The mapping of the user works and i can share calendars with all clients (Thunderbird, Outlook 2007) but i have a problem with the iphone.
I can see the shared calendars and the sync works fine. I can also create new events but i can't edit events or dates for other clients. That means events which are created for Thunderbird, Outlook or the WebInterface. I have checked the account right. Change it to admin level. Use the admin acc to login. Nothing works.(Iphone 3G with iOS4).

The other problem is: sharing calendars clever. We need calendar sharing only. That means the users shall not enter the webinterface. So i have decided to use the Admin acc and create public calendars. One calendar for a group and one for each person. It works but we want that for example person A have events in his personal calendar and person B shall not see in details what person A listed. Only the time and the Date. In Thunderbird and Outlook exists such an option but it don't work with public calendars. I can use this feature in a private calendar. Than i have the problem that i must login each users webinterface an set the share rights for the private calendar...

I hope you understand the problem Wink

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