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ericpeters

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Hi!

I've got an account that holds a couple of iCal calendars. I managed to connect to the account with my iPhone as Exchange account and see all the calendars, but as soon as I try to insert a new appointment it doesn't work. All I get is the following error in the warning protocol:

ActiveSyncAirSyncCommand::InsertNewEvent: DeviceId: Appl82836036Y7H, User: kalender<_at_>cpi-duesseldorf.de: Unable to insert event 'teat' into folder '/opt/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/cpi-duesseldorf.de/kalende r/Bjoern_UVM.iCal'

I am running Kerio Connect 7.0.1 on Fedora Linux and iPhone OS 3.1.2, also iOS 4

Does anybody know how to fix this issue?

Thank you,

Eric
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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if the calendar has been published to the server via ical protocol then it is probably marked are read-only on the server. This is because the client always overwrites all changes in the calendar every time. So, only the client who is publishing the calendar is supposed to change data there.
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ericpeters

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Thank you for the quick answer.
I already saw that there are these kind of permissions.
I have set the calendar as editable in the webinterface and I am using the same account that created the calendar as Exchange login. Still can't publish a new appointment...
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