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WilliW

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Hi,

is it possible to create out-of-office-events with iCal using CalDAV? I've only the choice between "free" and "busy". In Webmail I've more choices.

Is it possible to create a custom rule that sets Events with "Vacation" in its name automatically to "out of office"?

Willi
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rickblackdog

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I would like this feature as well... I don't think it exists yet.
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j.turley

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Its strange but the 'out of office' status on events isn't anything to do with Kerio/CalDAV.... its is a missing feature in iCal which is strange because you have the option in iOS based devices (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad).

Apple's iCal needs to be given an overhaul and improved. The interface is inconsistent and parts of it are poorly constructed. There are also glaring omissions like 'out of office' status, a year view and one or two more things that would make it great. We have an admin person here who checks where 80 people are on a daily basis and it is a right pain in the backside doing that now in iCal. It would be great if they could improve the delegation and also provide a daily list view for all with hours going from left to right showing events for that day (like meeting maker does)! That would be a killer in my mind.

Jason
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j.turley

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Ps. as far as webmail goes, it would also be useful to be able to set the users work hours like you can in iCal/Caldav.
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WilliW

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Thanks for the answers. I hope the new iCal in 10.7. will fix this.

Well, is it possible to create rules which automatically change every whole day event to out of office?
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