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Ryan C

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We are trying to sync a calendar via EWS. Here is the error we are receiving:

EwsOperation.cpp: EWS request FindItem: error occurred; code 339, description: No restrictions are supported, auth user:


Any ideas?
Thanks!
Ryan
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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What calendar client is it? It asks for EWS properties which are currently not supported in Kerio Connect.
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Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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The client is requesting functionality which is not implemented. What application do you use?

Pavel Špalek
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Ryan C

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It is Zulu calendar sync, which is using MS java EWS api.
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Think Fixed

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I had the exact same error when I tried to connect a project management system called Workamajig to Kerio Connect via EWS. When I reported this to Kerio tech support, I was told that EWS is restricted to only Apple Mail, and Outlook on Mac. I would say that this is yet another example that shows that Kerio needs to expand the scope of their EWS support beyond these two Mac apps. Why can't Kerio just implement the full EWS standard?

Howie Isaacks
Systems Engineer | Apple Solutions Consultant
Think Fixed LLC, Dallas and Fort Worth

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