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skeates

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was not sure were to submit feature request's so I though I would just do it here.

I need to clear out older calendar events from Kerio. I am having problems with some users having to look after multiple diaries.

Some users are having 40000+ entries in the calendars which are mostly historic.

There appears to be an option to clear out all item's older than "a specified time" under the "users - edit - messages" tab.

This appears it will affect all folders except notes and contacts. This is not ideal as I don't need and don't want to clear out mail folders just the calendar. Is it possible to separate this out into folders and calendars.

The only other options I really have are to delete the users calendars and start again or manually go through and groom them which is to much work for any one.

If any one has any suggestions on how to do this it would be helpfull or for the feature to be implemented.
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Trent Greenawalt

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Use Outlook and archive that folder seperately. That should resolve your issue.

Thanks,
Trent Greenawalt

-I built a house out of my to-do list, I now have the biggest house in the country. Awesome!
Trent Greenawalt
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marook

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Submit a ticket!

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
Consultant - Humac A/S

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GlennK

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Sounds like a good feature to me
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