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mattijn

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Hello,

I have an undesired situation, and I don't know what to do Sad

Right now running 8.3.1 on OSX 10.6.8 Server

In my office we have one 'boss' and 2 assistants.
Both assistants are delegated to the boss' account, with the inbox hidden in their client.
They have also view-rights on the calendars of others including their collegue-assistant.

In the Kerio Administration the mail for the boss is being forwarded to both assistants.

Now whenever somebody invites the boss for a meeting (.ics) both assistants not only see this meeting in iCal in the boss' account, but ALSO in their own account. Like as if they were invited. Of course they can decline this, but than again it is never really clear if they were actually invited themselves or not.

I assume that because the mail is forwarded in the server the invitations appear automatic as well? Even though in the Apple Mail client I turned off (never) "add invitations to iCal".

Is there a good solution for this?

Thanks in advance

mattijn boer, the netherlands



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