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puskas

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I've been mucking around with 6.1 and came across the iCal subscription feature. However, it doesn't seem to be able to add entries to the calendar. Is this really the case? If so, where is the benefit of having iCal subscribed calendars. Would this be the same with Address Book?

What OSX really needs is an inbuilt email and groupware solution, ala outlook/exchange. Kerio seems to be pursuing that and making all the right noises. I would also like to know what Kerio's vision is for Apple clients. Do they see the built-in apps (Mail, iCal, Address Book) as the way forward. Or are they hoping that Microsoft get their act together with Entourage?

This is quite important when companies move to Kerio for the first time, as it is important to be on the right track.

All thoughts appreciated.
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lodewijk

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i'd be interested too..
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peterj

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yes, it's read-only...

Stick with webmail as ical support is very new & not great
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