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c.vieregge

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Hello everyone

I have a little problem with Kerio, Firebird and Lightning.
Whenever i create a task and I want to invite other people with an email notification the author of the task doesn't receive the notification email. Everyone else does. Is that a feature?
It also doesn't work when I create the task on the web interface.
Does anyone know the problem?

Our versions are:
Kerio 7.3.1
Thunderbird 9.0.1
Lightning 1.1.1


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Event or Task? I don't know how you can invite attendees in Tasks. You can, however, in Calendar.

The answer is no. The requester that send out the invitation, a meeting/event request, does not receive the email notification. It works the same way on Exchange/Outlook.

Reason: As meeting organizer, you do not need to respond to the meeting request, so the email notification is not needed.



[Updated on: Thu, 19 January 2012 08:52]

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c.vieregge

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Hello

sry for my english... I meant event.
Alright thanks for your answer.

But do you know of any work around for that problem? This feature is necessary for us and worked fine till the update.

[Updated on: Thu, 19 January 2012 10:11]

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That is the way i did it but the creator of the event does not receive an email. I can't turn the notification on or off for him and that is the problem.
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