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harold

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We where used to get an Calendar notification in out standalone Outlook, but since we have switched to the calendar IMAP in KMS we do not get any notification anymore. What can be the problem. When we open the calendar in Webmail then we get all the notifications, but that is not what we want.

We work with Outlook 2000 in combination with KMS 6.0.3.

With Kind regards,

Harold van Aarsen

Harold van Aarsen
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cweiss2

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I am also seeing this issue. Infact I missed an appointment due to this. Only to be reminded when I got home and logged into kerio's web interface.
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Jonas Quinn

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I had the same problem in Webmail. This was because Service Pack 2 added a pop-up killer to Internet Explorer. This has to be disabled for the webmail-site. Else you won't see the events.

I use Outlook 2003 and Kerio 6.0.3 But the notifications work fine for me (as long as I ask for notification).
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