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Dave_Compucraft

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Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way for me to find out information on how a calendar meeting got canceled from looking at the logs inside Kerio connect? I have a client who is creating meetings months in advance and sometimes they end up canceling automatically. The assistant has delegation to the owners calendar and created meeting invitations for the owner and this is the third instance where a big board member meeting was canceled. I am wondering if I can extract any information on what device or user that canceled this meeting from the logs in the Kerio administration portal? Please let me know.

Thanks,

Dave

[Updated on: Wed, 30 September 2015 17:36]

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MarkK

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If you have the Operations log turned on, the calendar deletes should be listed in there. If you know the name of the event, you can search by that. It would show up as a MOVE to the Deleted Items folder.

[30/Sep/2015 11:34:47] {MOVE} Protocol: HTTP/KOFF, User: me@domain.com, IP: 1.1.2.2, Folder: ~me@domain.com/Calendar, Destination Folder: ~me<_at_>domain.com/Deleted Items, Subject: "Calendar-Event", Delivered: 30/Sep/2015 11:34:34, Size: 1319

That would tell you who deleted it. Looking quickly, I didn't see what log or Debug Messages that covers the creation of the events.

If you don't have Operations turned on, do so and hopefully catch the next time it happens.
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