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cihadpx68

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Hello,

I got a little problem with the calendar.
If I make an appointment in the Kerio calendar, and export it with an URL to Google Calendar.
It won't let me edit or remove the appointment in Google Calendar, it's Read-Only on Google Calendar, changes has to be done through Kerio. How can I make it editable in Google Calendar?

Thanks for any help.
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Lisa Lyons (Kerio)

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As I understand it, Google's calender is unable to provide authentication services, so you cannot actively log on to the Kerio calendar and authenticate against the calendar itself. This is why it is read only.

I found through a search, that you can use Yahoo Pipes to make your Samepage calendar public. Then you can subscribe this yahoo calendar in Google Calendar, but this is not supported by Kerio Technical Support.

The problem is that by opening up your calendar to subscription through Google, you potentially allow external eyes to view what could, potentially, be company confidential information. It is a difficult choice for the IT Manager to make, but we forbid forwarding of internal Kerio emails to the outside world in general, to avoid any potential data misuse.

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cihadpx68

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The thought isn't to open up the calendar to public, it's just to make it editable for a group made in Google Calendar with the permissions set for every user.
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