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Spacey

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Hi!

Weird situation here: I've got a public shared calendar (birthdays). There's a correct entered date / event (whole day) for today: Birthday of a mate. The event is displayed correctly within my Kerio Webfrontend and within Apple iCal/calendar app. But the same event for the same account is shown one day later within my Outlook (Office 2010 / Win10) solution?! There it's on the 23rd June while within the Webfrontend and iCal it's shown correctly on 22nd June.

I checked it with another account - same problem there. Every date within this specific calendar is just one day ahead. Other public shared calendars & events are correct. I already checked the timezone settings within Kerio connect of the corresponding users - everything OK.

Anyone got an idea?

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Spacey

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I found out that the anual repeat feature here causes trouble:

When I turn on the anual repeat within apple ical (calendar) then that repeat is different then when I use the feature within the webfront or Outlook:

Anual repeat from Apple's Calendar (V8.0 / OSX 10.11.5) is shown as "different repeat" within the Kerio WI: "Every year in *month*". When I change the repeat within WI or Outlook to anual then it's correct for everyone!

So here seems to be a problem between Apples calendar & Kerio Connect calendar repeat feature.

[Updated on: Thu, 30 June 2016 12:17]

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