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fireskull

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Hi All,

First questions is usually when I set up a new user I use the 'integrate with mac' option and everything works fine, but for some reason this morning when I use this the public folder calendars wont appear in Apple Calender, though they appear in webmail.
Ok not a massive issue I can subscribe to them manually but the second issue I have is how do I connect to public folders that have spaces in the title??
We have a few named like this "Meeting - External" and obviously the calendar URL of "/public/mtg - first floor" wont connect...
Suggestions? Smile
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Vicky

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Hi Paul,

If you use the integration tool to setup your CalDAV account in Kerio all you have to do is enable the calendars to sync in your WebMail settings. Check out this article:

http://kb.kerio.com/1399

That article will show you the integration tool and how it works. Then the article below will show you how you can then select which calendars to push to iCal:

http://kb.kerio.com/1494

By setting up iCal/Apple Calendar in this manner you can then get around the issue with spaces in the calendar name.

I hope this helps,
Vicky
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fireskull

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Brilliant thanks for your help Vicky, totally forgot about 'folders to sync' on webmail, all sorted now.

I also got the URL's to work using %20 instead of spaces.

Paul
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