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Our users use iCal (Calendars in 10.8 and later computers) to access calendars - not just their own, but those of other users. Many calendars are shared company-wide with read-only permissions and shared with a group of support staff who have editing permissions.

We need all the calendaring to be done as delegates. The staff is used to this and their workflow requires delegate permission.

With the update to Kerio 8.2.0, ALL the delegation has been switched to shared calendars. This is causing huge problems. And we've discovered that the only way to create new delegates is from within iCal, and when you do it, you can't assign delegate status to a group or across the entire domain.

Has anybody worked with this? And does anybody know how to do any or all of the following:

1) Create calendar delegates outside of iCal? We'd really like to centrally manage this.

2) Create calendar delegation for a group, so they can all view and edit, and we can manage the group centrally.

3) Create domain-wide calendar delegation, so some users' calendars are visible to everyone in our company.

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