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aceint

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Hey there!

I am facing a weird problem with my Kerio Connect server. I have two domains configured on my server.
I do have a calendar installed, as well as a group within the main-domain (domain123), that includes users who are supposed to read and edit the calendar.

Now the plan was to give the users from the other domain (domainABC) access to the calendar, too. Funny thing: it does not work.

When I log in to the webmailer / KOC as the administrator and edit the rights on the calendar like this: Add --> Group --> CalendarDomainABC, I still can not see the calendar when I log in to the webmailer as an domainABC-user.
Even though I put the calendar on visible / editable for anonymous people or "Everyone", it did not work. They are just not being shown when I log in as an domainABC-user.

Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong?

Please help me out with this little issue. I would really appreciate it.

BR
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Make sure that public folders are set as global and not as unique per-domain.

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I've tested with a user in one domain creating and sharing a public calendar with users on other domains.

Prior to attempting this, be sure you've checked the right box: Settings -> Domains -> Global For All Domains.

Once that's done, and you log in as a domainABC-user and click calendars, you should have the ability to view the shared calendar from domain123 (provided you've ticked the box in "Public Folders" listed on the left of the Webmail Client of domainABC-user.

[Updated on: Mon, 27 October 2014 21:37]


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aceint

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Hey guys!

Thank you for the quick responses.
Honestly, it did not work. Or I got you guy wrong.

What I did is:

1) Logging in to admin console --> settings --> domains --> right click on the domain(s) --> public folders --> global.

2) Logging in to webmailer / KOC with any account --> I do not see the public folder / calendar anymore, not even in the accounts that worked fine before

3) Changing back to public folder within each domain instead of the global setting --> calendar appears again, but only on the one domain's user accounts, just like before

So, what exactly should I do?

Thank you very much!

BR
Sebastian
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Luckily we have a great documentation for our products. This should help: http://kb.kerio.com/720

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aceint

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Hi Pavel,

Thank you very much. I appreciate your help.

One last question: Once I did this (changing it to global public folders), will I need to subscribe to the calendars again manually in all the employees Outlooks?

I know, this is nothing that could be called hard work, but I doubt that everyone in the company is able to do it on his own, so I am asking before I change the settings without being able to hit the office tomorrow. Smile

BR
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ComputerBudda

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Can't you subscribe via the web app instead of Outlook?
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Spacey

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If you switch to global calendars all currently existing calendars will be removed. So if you're at the very beginning of your installation it's no problem since you won't lose anything. If you already in a production enviroment make sure to backup the calendars - best way within iCal / Export. If you switch back from global to individual settings you'll have your old calendars back with their settings btw.... at least it was that way 3-4-5 versions ago.
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