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Djansen20

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Hello,

Earlier this week a client told us he can't change the calendar a meeting appointment is assigned to if he has been invited by another user.

After some testing I noticed the same issue. I made a meeting on user1 then invited user2. When I logged into user2 using the webmail I noticed the meeting had been assigned to the default calendar, however I couldn't change the meeting to another calendar from the same user.

When I opened the Mac Calendar app and configured the user2 account there I could change the meeting from one calendar to another (still from the same user). The same can be done in Outlook 2010 on Windows.

Is there a specific reason why the Kerio webmail environment does not support this feature?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

Danny
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clan

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This works fine in old Webmail, so this is just another missing feature in the new Connect client
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