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kessler

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Hello,

at the moment we have a info<_at_>domain.com account for all the general office needs. Sadly this doesn't work out well, since all Clients communicate against each other and we are fighting sync-problems, declined events, etc. So i need a workaround to fix this.

The main need is a group/project-calendar used for meetings and organization. I already tried, to share the calendar (still on the info@domain.com account) with the personal accounts of the clients, and disabling CalDAV on the info@domain.com account. Sadly my clients can't invite people on these shared events. Delegation is needed for that. And i think this will lead to the same problems, when everybody is delegated for the info<_at_>domain.com-account...

I think a autoaccepting-account like a resource calendar could fit our needs. Sadly i wasn't able to found a way to transform or convert a personal calendar (personal calendar of the info<_at_>domain.com-account) into a resource calendar. Of course without any data loss, and without hundreds of sent decline- and new invite-mails. Is this possible?

Or maybe, can i create a "resouce" calendar myself via telling the info<_at_>domain.com-account to accept every event?

Thanks a lot!
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Bud Durland

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Not knowing how many events are on the calendar to be converted, my first inclination is to create true resource using the Kerio admin console. Then login in to the kerio Client as 'info<_at_>domain.com'. Open each event and 'invite' the resource.

As I said, I don't know how many unique events we're speaking of here, so that my be impractical.
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kessler

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Thank you for your answer. Sadly this is pretty unpractical since there are around 100+ events each calendar and i have to transform 20 of them. Any other ideas?

While testing a resource-calendar (we never used one) i had anyway the problem, that i couldn't invite the resource via MacOS Cal.app since i wasn't able to send the invitation to the resource<_at_>domain.com-address. What went wrong?
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Bud Durland

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I don't have any experience with Mail.App, so I can't help much. I know that with Outlook, when creating a meeting, you have to look specifically in the "resources" section of the public address book.
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