we use Kerio 7.4.3 on a Windows 7 VM and have some issues with
the birthday reminders.
The secretary puts the dates of birth into the Outlook 2003 (with KOFF) contacts
and Outlook creates yearly reminders for the hole day in the calender.
The user have an iPhone (iOS 6.01) with activated birthday reminders.
So the iPhone remembers him twice. Once with the Apple birthday reminder and
once with the Outlook hole day reminder.
He accepted this because he wants to see the birthday in Outlook too and
if something goes wrong he have the Apple reminder for safety reasons.
But at the moment all Outlook reminders from a birthday are doubled to the next day at the iPhone.
They looks like an separate entry with reminder. In Outlook we can only find the one right entry.
And if we delete the second entry at the iPhone all looks good again.
Has anybody an idea what that can be?
This belongs only to birthday entry's.
Other hole day dates are not affected.
Is there a generally better way to handle birthdays?
Is it possible to have birthdays in Outlook directly from the contact, like Apple do this?
At the moment it is not possible to change or add dates at the iPhone contacts,
because Outlook would not show this. Can that be, or do we something wrong?
Thanks for your help!
- Pavel Dobry (Kerio)
It is a bug in iOS 6.0.1 version. Yearly reccurrent events are displayed a day later.
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