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fishtech

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Hi,

WIth Connect 8.2.2, is there any way to organize calendars within OSX 10.8 ?

I have 60 calendars listed down the sidebar of the Calendar window.

I'd like to be able to at least list them alphabetically. Preferably I'd like to group them in folders.

It seems all I can do is drag them up and down.

Does Calendar app in 10.9 Mavericks offer any additional options here?

Thanks,

ft.
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Ernesto (Kerio)

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No, that is more of an Apple Calendar feature. Kerio Connect doesn't have a way to determine the organization of the calendars in that view.

I believe the Calendar app in Mac OS 10.9 has the same limitation.

I recommend to submit these questions to Apple tech support.

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fishtech

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I can drag calendars to re-order them. But... the order is reset on the next Refresh.

Calendars are not even listed alphabetically by default. Perhaps they are in in the order I accepted the invites?

This is very unwieldy across 50-60 calendars.

Has anyone found a workaround, even just to list them alphabetically? I will search Apple forums.

Thanks,

ft.

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