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bruggles

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Using Outlook 2013 with KOFF for Windows. Can anyone tell me if it is possible to copy all appointments in a Personal Calendar to a new Public Calendar or if you could export it and then re-import it into a Public Calendar.

I know we use to be able to do it back before Connect and the features is sorely missed.


TIA!
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Pavel Dostal (Kerio)

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There is no special KOFF feature to copy appointments, nevertheless nearly any Outlook feature should work with KOFF as well. E.g. it is possible to copy the whole calendar folder anywhere (or at least it's been possible in OL2010), so even to public folders (you just need to have admin rights to the target location to create folder there)

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bruggles

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Pavel,

Thank you very much we will give this a try.

Happy New Year to you and the Kerio Connect Dev Team!

[Updated on: Tue, 03 January 2017 15:08]

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