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Why on earth do the user has access to Calender folder? Or even see it - its pointless. This week 5 users has deleted all files in the Calender and lost every appointment made.

AND on top of this - to retrieve from backup i have to stop the server (!) with 300 working users! Needless to say, i can't stop it now.

Is there a way to hide Calendar folder?

Why does the user delete the files? When they hit the limit (1GB) they hunt for things to delete....

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What calendar folder? In a public folder or the user's own?

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If you are referring to the users personal 'Calendar' folder. This is a default folder in Kerio and needs to be in the users accounts if they wish to make appointments. There is not a way to remove this folder through the console or GUI.
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