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henk

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Hello all.

A customer of ours will be using the Kerio webinterface for the calendar needs. So no clients, just the webinterface. One user is testing out different stuff as we speak and there is up to this point there is one question I cannot answer for her. Hope you can help.

Everyone has their calendar shared and this user subscribed to every calendar. This is how it is going to be for everyone when we go live. When we click a user and his or hers calendar and dubbelclick somewhere to make an appointment, the 'New event' window pops up. Now the question is how the user can easily see in which calendar this appointment is being made? Because now in this test environment it is easy to know, but when we go live and calls are coming in and appontments are being made non-stop it is hard te see in which calendar you are working: the windows are pretty generic.

You can pick up something from the url from the pop-up window:

https://mail.domain.com/webmail/calendarEdit.php?folder=~usera%domain.com%2F~userb%40domain.com%2FCalendar&uid=&daytime=1319760000&mode=new&part=


('user a' is logged in and making an appointment for 'userb') but I would rather have it more easily, because not everyone is as tech savvy as the other.

Thanks.
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TorW

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The calendar you're currently creating an event/appointment in, is highlighted in the left pane. Maybe not what you (or the user) was after, but it's a visual clue and a quick verification on where you are.
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Hi. Thank you. I think that helps!
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