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Hey there,

following situation here: We have one user with several calendars with different names which are sub-elements of the main "Calendar" folder. This is because the sub-calendars are shared to several users and to avoid folder name confusion on the subscribers' side.

If this one user who shares the calendars accepts an event invitation, the event is created in his main calendar. Now I'd like to have all those events in one of the sub-calendars. So I thought of a filter rule which duplicates/copies all newly created events in the main calendar into the corresponding sub-calendar. But as far as I can see, there are no filter rules which might make this possible (for example, filtering by the header "Content-Type: text/calendar"). Is there any other way to synchronize two folders or at least one-way copy/move any newly created calendar item into another calendar as soon as it's created?

I might do that on system level with rsync or incron, but I guess that'd confuse Kerio since it doesn't trigger updating the index.fld and stuff.

I'd be thankful for any hints!


[Updated on: Wed, 30 March 2011 10:42]

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