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Peter.Peter

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Hello!
Configuration Server: Kerio Connect 8.1.0 (1314) on Mac OS X (10.8.3, Build 12D78) Server, with OD
Client: Mac OS 10.8.4 (Build 12E55) with iCal Version 6.0 (1648).
Every few moment iCal asks for the password. When I quit iCal and restart it, it works without problem.
What could be done?
Thanks!
Peter, Bern, Switzerland

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fishtech

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Is this on a single client or a bunch of computers?

If a single client, could it be a problem with your Keychain entry?

Try Utilities > Keychain Access > Keychain Access menu > Keychain First Aid

After that try deleting Keychain Access entries for your Calendar app.

hth,

ft.



PS. I think it's now called Calendar rather than iCal.
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Peter.Peter

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Hello!
Now, it happens with all other clients, these are four - and only with iCal, not wiht Mail or Contacts.
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Peter.Peter

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Hm, it seems nobody else has this problem with Macintosh OS X 10.8.x and iCal clients?
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Vicky

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Hi Peter,

The response you got from 'FishTech' is the best thing to try first as I have seen iCal lose password information due to Keychain all the time. However the other thing you can try is resetting the .caldav.db file on the server. To do this will need to do the following:

1. Stop Kerio Connect
2. Navigate to the ../store/mail folder
3. Delete the files .caldav.db and .caldav.db.bak
4. Start Kerio Connect

Those two database files will rebuild themselves but I would suggest trying the KeyChain fix first before resetting the caldav database.

I hope this helps,
Vicky
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