We are currently on Kerio Connect 9.2.4 (3252) and I wanted to share a user's calendar using the instructions found here ( http://manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/connect/content/email-client s/kerio-connect-client/sharing-in-kerio-connect-client-1502. html). Back about 1-2 months ago we upgraded our server to CentOS7 and went from Kerio 8 to 9. Before the upgrade I was able to share calendars but I am unable to do so now as described below.
When I try to add a mailbox in the Kerio Outlook Connector within the Other Mailboxes tab of a given user (say USER-B) so that I can see the calendar of a given user (say USER-A) I get back the message
The owner of the mailbox is not sharing any folder to you. The mailbox will not be added to the list.
The message indicates to me that I have not set up sharing so I went into the Kerio Connect Client and I followed the instructions to share the calendar of USER-A however I do not see an option to SHARE when I click on the arrow but rather I only see a selection of coloured boxes from which I can choose. No SHARE or DELETE or otherwise. I have tried logging in as other users and in all cases I have no SHARING offered.
I do not see others asking this question so I am wondering whether there is a permission issue that I should be investigating. What are the proper ownerships and permissions that I should see? Currently all files are root:root within this Kerio installation.
P.S. I have found that I can set up the sharing within Outlook via the Properties of the calendar and Folder Sharing but this only adds to my question about what is wrong with the Kerio Client.
[Updated on: Tue, 10 October 2017 20:37]
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