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miker789

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Kerio Connect 7.4.3
Mac OS 10.7.5 server

Clients: Mac OS 10.8.3

In Calendar on the Macs it is very easy to delete an event and not notice. There is no confirmation at all. Just have any appointment highlighted and then accidentally hit the delete key and poof it is gone.

I have this question posted at Apple's forums since it is their software that is lacking a delete confirmation, but wanted to inquire here about anything on the server side that might help.

Is there a log file that I could look at or turn something on that shows a date and time stamp and who deleted the event.

I know the server has the option of "Deleted items recovery" but the manual does not explain fully what happens when you select the "Recover deleted items" on a particular user.
Is everything that was deleted in the time frame put back when it originally was or are they all put in a special folder for review? If put in a special folder then this might work for me.

Please chime in with any ideas on this.

Thanks,

Mike
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Vicky

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Hi Miker789,

Yes. There is a log in the Kerio Web Admin called 'Operations' and this shows every time a user moves or deletes an item from their mailbox or public folders, which includes the Calendar.

I hope this helps,
Vicky
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