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Matt Cox

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We are using Kerio Connect 9.2.3 (2929) and macOS 10.12 (with some 10.11 machines also). All are using Apple Calendar via CalDAV. We have minimal sharing (other than all at domain are readers) and minimal delegation.

With or without delegation, on seemingly random machines, they have recently started finding that the invitees section of the edit dialogue is missing. I can't find any rhyme or reason. Any ideas?
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uptimjeff

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We've had the same challenge, in fact I've had two users this week.

This may not be a fix in your case, but for the couple 10.11 machines with missing invitee panels - this is what I found.

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Setup assistant run on 10.11 would result in 'some' calendar.app users not having the invite panel for events. No combination of wiping calendar accoutns and data would resolve it.

Upgrade the user to 10.12, the issue remains.

Removed the kerio accounts from Internet Accounts and re-run the assistant on the upgraded 10.12 machine, and it worked.

YMMV
Jeff
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guddndach

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Same challenge here with some 10.12 machines with missing invitee panels. Server 9.2.3
Delete account from Internet Accounts an re-run assistant works (mostly).

Now I have one case with 10.12 assistant installs successful, but no carddav-account is setup in the Internet Accounts. Sometimes I had success to activate the kerberos 5 support in the server-settings (Calendar settings/accounts/serversettings).

It would be nice to find the cause of this trouble.
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