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Crouze

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Hi all,


I noticed something strange, maybe some of you have noticed similar behaviour or can check if it is not just me...

I created an event in the calendar yesterday, via webmail. Start time was 16:30, end time 18:00 (24 hour format, of course). That worked just fine. This morning I reopened this event and changed the times to 16:20 and 17:50. After saving it, it simply vanished! It was still early morning so I rubbed my eyes a couple of times and created a new event with again 16:20 and 17:50 as the start and end times. It saves...but doesn't show! No warnings, no errors, just no event!

I tried several times but always the same result. Apparantly the webmail calendar is only capable of handling the proposed times in the drop-down boxes and not manually entered times!?

I'm currently nowhere near the mail server or an Outlook terminal, so I can't check if there is something funny in the mailserver logs, or if the KOC has the same issues (which I doubt).

KMS6.0.1 on W2k SP4, webmail on IE6


Cheers,
Marco

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Bauglir

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I see.. this is of course wrong. You should be able to change time manualy (not using select) and it shouldn't disapeare.

Bronislav Klucka
Kerio Technologies
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Crouze

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Yes,

Bauglir wrote on Thu, 19 August 2004 09:06

I see.. this is of course wrong. You should be able to change time manualy (not using select) and it shouldn't disapeare.


I couldn't agree more ;-) I presume it will be fixed in 6.0.2 ?


Cheers,
Marco

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Bauglir

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yes, I've just fixed it :)

Bronislav Klucka
Kerio Technologies
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