Hey folks... I have an scenario that came up with one of my clients who runs a Kerio Connect server. She has enabled the Resource calendar to show the subject line instead of the default owner/creator name. As a result, there were a few events that she didn't want everyone seeing in the subject line and marked those as private from her own calendar (she is the owner of the event and is also the Resource manager). In a normal calendar, this event should only been seen by the owner and the invitees, which is the case of what happened. However, after the test, she went to delete the event and it removed from her calendar just fine, but did not remove itself from the Resource calendar. She then did another test and did the same thing again, marking the event as private, but this time tried to first edit the event as non private before deleting it. Again, she was not able to edit it after have been marked private. If she creates a new Resource event and doesn't mark it as private, then she can edit and delete it just fine. Has anyone experienced this? Is this perhaps a bug in Kerio Connect? Is she creating some sort of conflict by marking the event as private, which is preventing the server from recognizing her as the Resource manager? She is running the latest Kerio Connect 8.3.x version. Thanks!
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