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Digital Nord

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Dear Forum Members,

our customer discovered a strange behaviour in Outlook 2010 (with KOFF). He tried to open a shared calendar like you should do with MS Exchange, witch was his mistake. But doing this he realized that he could access calendars of other users, which were not shared with anyone. He could not read the real content, but he saw the appointments of other users with the subject "booked" and he could change the period (date, time). We could reproduce this behaviour with other users/other calendars from different workstations in this location.

Scenario:
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Server: Kerio Connect V. 8.4.1 (3789) running on Windows Server 2012 R1 (without Active Directory integration, with ActiveSync)

Workstations: Windows 7 Prof. (32/64 bit), Outlook 2010 with KOFF
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I suppose Outlook reads free/busy data for these users. Free/busy status of the calendar is available publicly in order to allow Outlook users to display free time of attendees when planning a meeting.

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