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Alin Pastrama

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I am running Kerio 8.2.1 and I have a number of meeting room resources. Users can book these by inviting them to their events, or by creating events directly in the resource calendars from their clients. The latter, however, does not work via the web interface.

When users go to the Kerio web interface in the calendars tab, they cannot add events to the resource calendars, even though the are checked. When creating a new event, in the drop down where they choose the calendar, they only see their personal calendars and the public ones, but not the resources. Is there a way to get them in there?

Or is this by design, and users are supposed to just invite the resources to their events?

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Below the subject field you find a drop down where you can choose your meeting room Wink

I made a screenshot: http://postimg.org/image/a4l2oxde5/95b711c3/

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We had a support incident with that and the behavior is considered to be correct: Every event has to have an organizer. And the event creation should take place in your own calendar. You cannot book the resource direct. This is also true for the resource admin (reservation manager). There will be a bug fix for KOFF so Kerio behaves consistent in its clients.

But there is a workaround: You can still use the old webmail - Kerio does not plan to change this interface Smile

I have a feature request pending:

http:// feedback.kerio.com/forums/161327-kerio-connect-web-client/su ggestions/5181708-resource-reservation-with-admin-rights

Maybe you vote for that.

Alin Pastrama

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Thanks for pointing that out. It is a good enough solution for the users.

I do understand the logic behind the behavior. But users don't like to change their ways too often. I would vote for your suggestion, but it seems that I am not authorized to do so.
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