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eRJe

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Hi there,

Is it possible to view a calendar from an Exchange Server in Kerio? I currently keep a calendar in both Kerio and Exchange server (other company I work for). On my Android phone this is easy. Both calendars are merged into one app. I would like to see something similar when I open Outlook on my computer/laptop.

Thanks,
Robbert
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ksnyder

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Do you mean that you'd like to see calendars from multiple email accounts/servers in Outlook? When you do this on Android, you're doing it on "Android" and not on Kerio Connect. Suggest you Google "outlook multiple calendars"

Ken Snyder
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ComputerBudda

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take a look at sunrise.am
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eRJe

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Hi,

Both thank you for the reply. sorry for my late response.

I understand that it is the Andoid app that is combining the calendars. I was hoping Kerio could so something similar because I thought Outlook couldn't. I could only display 2 or more calendars and not "merge" them. Ayway, I recently noticed that you can "overlay" multiple calendars in Outlook (2013). This is perfect.

I also had a look at sunrise.am. Looks very interesting and I will bookmark it. For now it is too much of a stand alone service.
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