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lunddal

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We just updated to Kerio Connect 8.1, and now we can't see the shared calendars in Apple iCal/Calendar.

The delegation list is empty.
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Did they ever come back? I've seen it where after an update the delegated calendars don't show up for a while.

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lunddal

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No, they are not back and it's been 15 hours now.

[Updated on: Thu, 02 May 2013 13:57]

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Jakub Schwarzmeier, Kerio

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Sometimes Apple iCal/Calendar is not renewing the network connection when it is lost abruptly -- this can happen on server upgrade. As the calendar synchronization is running as a background service, restarting the whole Mac may help.
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same problem here.

the entire office is without calendars now. a lot of the computers we not even in the office when the update happened.

the calendars are still available in webmail.
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bzeb

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i changed the rights (added 'entire server' can change) then deleted that new user (reverted it back to how it was) and the calendars all came back for everyone.

users that had seen the blank / missing public folders had to recheck the box in iCal. those that hadn't ... didn't.
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lunddal

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I'm not exactly sure what you did.

Recheck waht box?
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lunddal

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Jakub Schwarzmeier, Kerio wrote on Thu, 02 May 2013 16:49
Sometimes Apple iCal/Calendar is not renewing the network connection when it is lost abruptly -- this can happen on server upgrade. As the calendar synchronization is running as a background service, restarting the whole Mac may help.


A restart doesn't help.
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some users (if they had loaded iCal previously and were missing the delegated folders) would need to go to the iCal/Calendar preferences and in the Accounts tab -> Delegates need to recheck the 'Public Folders' box.

they would then resync and everything would redownload and they were good after that.

this was after i made the rights change on the server though. before that there simply was nothing available in the delegates section on the client side of things.

[Updated on: Thu, 02 May 2013 20:50]

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lunddal

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bzeb wrote on Thu, 02 May 2013 20:48
some users (if they had loaded iCal previously and were missing the delegated folders) would need to go to the iCal/Calendar preferences and in the Accounts tab -> Delegates need to recheck the 'Public Folders' box.


We've never had a Public Folders box in the Delegates section (or any section for that matter).

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bzeb

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you shared them individually then? i have like 15 calendars all in the public folder that everyone in the office has access to. i changed the rights on that public folder then changed them back. that public folder then appeared in the Delegates list again.

so if you don't do it that way... try changing the rights on the individual calendars or whatever you would normally see in the Delegates section.
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lunddal

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I've tried to change the access rights on a couple of users' calendars, but nothing works.

Every user's calendar (the one named Calender) is shared to everyone.

We have a phone system that reads the calendars too, and there is no problem there.

I've tried to make a calendar in the public folder and that doesn't help either.

[Updated on: Thu, 02 May 2013 21:34]

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lunddal

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I don't know if this means anything, but the .caldav.db file hasn't been updated since updating Kerio yesterday.

The time on .carddav.db and .csstat.db are current.
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lunddal

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The problem seems to be solved by rebuilding the .caldav.db file.
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Deleting the database files solved the issue. Gradually all delegates in the calendar app appeared again.

What i did:

- Stopped kerio.
- Deleted these files: .caldav.db, .caldav.db.bak
from the directory: /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/mail
- Started kerio.


We had some problems with the calendar database before. Deleting these files always helped. There is no data loss. The db files will be automatically regenerated.
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