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Hi there,

one of our users has trouble with calendar-invitations that seem to have moved by 2 hours without any user action. I doubt that this is not the result of some accidently user-action, but I have no proof for that.
So my question here: Is it possible to track calendar operations in the debug log and if so, what kind of messages need to be activated?

Many thanks in advance.

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Hi Christian,

Using the operations log sadly will not show you what or who caused the time shift in the calendar event. However there is an option you can enable in the debug log called 'Message Folder Operations' which will show you whenever any user opens/changes/creates anything in their mailbox or public folders (including calendars). You can enable this in the following way:

Within the Administration Console, go to Logs -> Debug
Right-click in the right window
Left-click on 'Messages'
Enable Message Folder Operations
Click OK
Right-click again and click on 'Clear Log'

However I must stress that this generate a huge amount of logging!!! So you do not want this enabled for long and I would suggest going into the log settings for the debug log and setting the log to rotate when it gets to around 100MB and only keep around 10 - 20 logs. Otherwise the log will get out of control and fill up your hard drive.

This logging will show you the information that you need but it will take some going through.

I hope this helps a little.
All the best,

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Hello Vicky,

thanks for your valuable reply.
Much appreciated.

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