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Hello,

We are running Kerio Connect 8.1.3 (1711) on Mac OS-X 10.8.5
The Clients are MAC's with mostly 10.8.5 connecting via CalDav, CarDaV and IMAP over SSL. And also iOS devices connecting via ActivSync.

We are facing an annoying and difficult problem with Calendaring. One of our users received and accepted a meeting request a time ago. It was a meeting which is recurring weekly with no end date.
I'm not 100% sure which Calendar/mail platform the inviting person uses, but I think it's Microsoft Exchange
Anyway, in time some of the meetings can't be attended by our user and he declines that specific meeting, but the rest of the meeting sequence (weekly with no end date) stays intact.
The person who sent the invitation then receives lots of e-mails (around 100). One of them 'says' that one of the meetings is declined, but also a lot of mails get sent who say that all of the other meetings are accepted, also dates that have been passed already get accepted.
It looks like the recurring meeting was at first one 'item' that got mailed back & forth and now all the dates seem to get their own mail to show acceptance or declining. Especially accepting events that already had passed makes no sense.

Anyone recognizing this? Could this behaviour maybe be addressed in a newer version of Kerio connect?

Cor
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