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gmaoret

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Using an iPad I can't create new appointment in the new calendar interface.

Is that a bug that will be corrected soon?

Or there's a patch?
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BudDurland

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How is the iPad connected to the server? What version of Kerio COnnect?

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gmaoret

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As I previously wrote in the post subject, the iPad is connected via his standard web browser to the new Kerio Connect Client (a.k.a. new WebMail).

The Kerio Connect Server is latest version 8.0.1, Windows edition.

[Updated on: Mon, 04 March 2013 21:29]

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BudDurland

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Sorry, I still don't automatically translate "Kerio Client" to "Webmail". Just for my info, this only happens on the iPad, other devices or PC's using web mail are acting normally? None of my users have complained yet, but I'm pretty sure they all are connecting via the mail app.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Connect client has not been fully optimized for tablets. I would recommend using CalDAV or Exchange ActiveSync for synchronizing the calendars to the device.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio) wrote on Mon, 04 March 2013 22:08
Kerio Connect client has not been fully optimized for tablets. I would recommend using CalDAV or Exchange ActiveSync for synchronizing the calendars to the device.


sad to ear that!

many of our customers hoped that the new webmail was designed especially for tablets, because users often use their personal tablet and do not want to synchronize business data (already have their personal data and do not want to mix)

in our experience (many customers from small and medium business in Italy), this is especially true for corporate executives.
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BudDurland wrote on Mon, 04 March 2013 21:47
Sorry, I still don't automatically translate "Kerio Client" to "Webmail". Just for my info, this only happens on the iPad, other devices or PC's using web mail are acting normally? None of my users have complained yet, but I'm pretty sure they all are connecting via the mail app.


All the PC users are working well with the NEW webmail calendar.

I've tested only iPads, but tomorrow I will test Android and Windows 8 tablets

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gmaoret

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gmaoret wrote on Mon, 04 March 2013 22:28
BudDurland wrote on Mon, 04 March 2013 21:47
Sorry, I still don't automatically translate "Kerio Client" to "Webmail". Just for my info, this only happens on the iPad, other devices or PC's using web mail are acting normally? None of my users have complained yet, but I'm pretty sure they all are connecting via the mail app.


All the PC users are working well with the NEW webmail calendar.

I've tested only iPads, but tomorrow I will test Android and Windows 8 tablets




In Android calendar does NOT work properly at all.

In Windows Modern UI calendar does NOT work properly, but you can add appointments by "right click" (mantain touch about 3 seconds, then a contextual menĂ¹ appears)
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