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catoxpress

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I am interested in how to share calendars so that I can tell one user from the other. Currently, when we share a user's calendar out to other users, it shows up as just that, "Calendar". ??

It's hard to tell them apart. Anyone got a fix for this?
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phipra

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I also have this problem.
Kerio says you should switch to the folders view in outlook, as this reveils which "Calendar" is whose calender. I consider this a doable workaround, but not a solution though.

I would say you should submit a ticket for that, too!

BTW:
I thik the same holds for contacts, especially the public contacts folder is also just called "contacts". Though I managed to rename it somehow (I cannot reproduce it anymore!), so that my users can at least distinguish between the public contacts and their private contacts. It seems to be a quite "unsopported", as KMS keeps recreating a public Contacts folder (which is no problem as long as the other one stays alive :-)

Philipp
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peterj

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Kerio have an (unsupported) tool for changing the calendar names in calendar view.

See the bottom of the page at the link below:

http://people.kerio.com/jwu/tools.html

[Updated on: Thu, 16 February 2006 16:24]

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phipra

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Hi,

thanks for this hint!

Though, it didnt really work for me (although I think that I installed it correctly, also set the store path etc.).

As one parameter is "update interval", this smells like that Service is just renaming some files or folders... !?
I tried this manually (renaming the "calendar" folders in the users mail directories) - which seemed to work! But, when a user sets permittions for that folder in webmail, KMS creates a new folder called "calendar" again :-/
So my users would end up with two calendars each, which is quite confusing for them.

I do not think that the service would be able to prevent this (please correct me if I am wrong!)

Philipp
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peterj

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it worked for me

did you get the option about the global/domain specific pf's correct?

i'm afraid i don't know how/why it works but it does.
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