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I need to export a public calendar to an iCal *.ics file. There appears to be a way to do this in the old Kerio WebMail interface, but it does not work properly.

I select the public calendar under "Public Folders" in the folder tree. Then I either right-click on it and select "Use in calendar client" on the popup menu, or click the "Use in calendar client" button on the toolbar. Either one opens a dialog box, with the name of the public calendar in bold type, and an option to "Download my calendar file (.ics)". I choose that option and save the calendar file.

However, when I open that calendar file, it is NOT the public calendar -- instead it is my personal calendar! I can see this by opening the calendar file in Outlook or looking at it with a text editor. In fact I downloaded my personal calendar to another iCal file and used the DOS command fc (file compare) to compare them and they are identical.

So, what's up with this? How can I export a public calendar to an iCal file?

Thanks!
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