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robjfrost

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Hi
I have one user out of 95 who can't use Apple Calendar due to the error message The request (CalDAVAccountRefreshQueableOperation) for account " names <_at_>address" failed.

This happens on any mac when the user is added. On a Clean Mac OS 10.9 install.
I have tried deleting the user, then recreating and re-entering his mail and calendars.
I have created fresh calendars and copied the data over.

I set up a test server using his info from the calendar and that was all ok. So its not the calendar info.

So I have narrowed it down to the user account.
But i don't know the answer. Apart from creating a new user name and starting a fresh I'm lost for ideas.
DNS is all OK and he can access the web mail.

Lots of things out there on apple mail server and google/yahoo with the same error but nothing on Kerio.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks

Rob


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