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Is there a way to link an Access database with Kerio Connect so that when entries are added to the database, a calendar entry will be created on a Kerio Connect calendar?



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We did something similar in Oracle by sending appointment requests via email with ical attachments. The only thing that wouldn't work is cancelling appointments again... Each user that received it had to accept the appt though, not sure if you can set them to auto accept. Would be interested if you manage it though, please post back your results.

One of the things I looked at is that later versions of access had strong tie-ins with Outlook. It was possible to have bi-directional sync of calendars between them both. The backup plan was for me to look at having Outlook and the Kerio connector connected on a workstation with an access DB and have the Oracle DB sync with the Access DB.

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