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I've had several occurances where a calendar will 'lock up'. Things will be going fine, and then all of the sudden the calendar becomes read only, i can't add/modify/delete events, even if i'm the administrator. (Edited to add: once it locks up, i can't manipulate the calendar through any interface...web, KOC, ical, etc)

This has happened with my personal calendar and several shared calendars. The solution so far has been to create a new calendar, go to the 'store' on the server and copy the contents of the #msgs and #assoc folder from the bad calendar to the good calendar, then delete/rename the calendars so things are good again.

The ONLY thing that i've found in common with these events is the use of a Mozilla calendar client (either Sunbird standalone or one of the tbird/ffox integrated calendar clients).

Has anyone experienced anything similar?

This is KMS 6.1.0. I've just applied patch6 and may create a testing calendar and try again.



[Updated on: Thu, 22 September 2005 15:57]

Lyle M

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We're running patch 6 and have experienced the same problem with Sunbird. It looked quite promising at first.

Sadly, this is not really a bug as the official word is: "Sunbird is not supported."

Considering the growing popularity of Sunbird, I would be surprised if Kerio did not take a look at this when some of the more urgent items are tackled.

Lyle Millander

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We've had the same issue and have determined that, in our case, it's the "Reminder" that was set while creating an event in the webmail and then cleared while in Sunbird that caused Sunbird to publish the calendar back to Kerio which makes it read only. It would be useful to be able to clear the read only on the server rather than have to recreate the calendar.
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