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HunterBoss

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We have a mixed hardware environment. We've just installed Kerio Connect on a Snow Leopard Server Mini. I run Apple Mail, iCal, Address Book. I have 3 other users running Entourage and the rest are on various versions of Outlook.

I've got the public address book or contacts (I know the documentation seems to make a distinction between the two. I'm not quite sure what it means.) I've changed the users' rights so that they can make changes to the public folder.

I'm a little confused as to how I set this up in iCal and Outlook and Entourage. I made a public calendar while logged in to my account online. Then, following the instructions, I created a new calendar in iCal and published to that calendar. But it created a sub calendar. Huh?

Other users can see that event on the calendar, but they have to create new events on the other calendar. How do I put all the events on the same calendar?

Yes. I'm feeling a little out of my depth. I've never worked in an office with an Exchange based email server. We've been using ACT here to keep shared contacts and calendars. I'm trying to achieve the same kind of user experience.

Thanks

Christopher Tipper
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