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Anyone used BusyCal on a mac successfully with Kerio? Did shared calendars work? With all the iCal issues it would be nice to get away from using it altogether. We evaluated their previous version however this new version seems a bit more versatile.

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I have been testing BusyCal on OS X for the past year with Kerio. Thus far it has been fairly solid. Because it has worked as a sub calendar manager for iCal it has experienced some of the same issues that iCal and the new Calendar App have had with Kerio connectivity.

I am now testing BusyCal on OS 10.9 Mavericks and thus far have found it to be quite responsive and much better than Apple calendar with regard to calendar organization and information layout.

The new Kerio updates to delegation and sharing in 8.2.1 have wreaked havoc with invitations in Apple Calendar and I'm hoping BusyCal handles this differently.
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