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I'm evaluating a kerio 7.4.1 on a centos 5.8 OS.
Particularly I'm interested in using kerio as a repository
for users calendars and contacts for both PCs and android devices.

I'm using a Sony-Ericsson eXperia PRO mini (android 2.x).
I have configured the exchange sync between android and kerio
without any problem.

After this I have done these actions:
1) insert an appointment in android (with title "A1")
2) wait the sync with kerio (checked via network sniffer)
3) access the user profile via webmail via a PC browser
4) update the "A1" appointment title to "A1-PC1" (date unchanged)
5) update the "A1" appointment description to "descr PC1" (date unchanged)
6) wait for the next sync with android
7) look at the android device
8 ) ... problem! On android device I found TWO appointments:
"A1" and "A1-PC1" on the same date/time

The sync DUPLICATED the appointment in place of update it
on the android dev.

How can I solve this?

Please note that if I do NOT change the description (step 5)
the duplication NOT appears.


[Updated on: Thu, 28 June 2012 09:46]


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I am having a similar problem
I have a client with an android ICS 2.4 phone

When they update the appointment on the server using webmail or with an iphone via activesync, a duplicate appears on the android phone.

Eg. Change an appointment from 1pm to 3pm.

A new appointment appears at 3pm but the 1pm appointment remains the same.

[Updated on: Tue, 11 September 2012 07:39]

Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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This issue with Android 4.x synchronisation will be addressed in Kerio Connect 8.

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Does that mean Android Calendar sync with Outlook connector does not with in 7.4?

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