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jjprusk

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I just upgraded to Lion and 7.2.2 and everything seems to be working except for "reminders" (the "to-do" replacement). Has anyone else seen this problem?
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What specifically doesn't work for you? I use reminders on two different 7.2.2 accounts and they work great.

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jjprusk

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Prior to upgrading, I had 3 delegates plus my own calendar on Kerio, each of which had several "todo" items. I then upgraded my system to Lion and Kerio to 7.2.2 and I cannot see any of the delegates' reminders nor the ones that were previously on my calendar.

I also added a couple of reminders to my calendar yesterday and they are now gone, so I don't know exactly what's happening here.
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We have just upgraded to 7.2.2. Unfortunately the problem on my OSX Lion systems regarding reminders is still there. I am able to add a reminder through iCal to the Kerio Connect server, but it is not visible in the list of reminders. Neither are all my other to-do's, reminders, tasks etc that used to be visible in iCal under Snow Leopard.
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mcberk

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Update: It works again, I haven't got a clue why, but all reminders are now visible again in iCal! We have rebooted the Kerio server tonight after it stalled, now the problem is solved for my calendar client.
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