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adamsca

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I assumed that the Free-Busy Service would allow me to mark my calendar appintments as the color-coded 'Busy, Out of Office, Tentative' and have those colors show up when another staff person wanted to see my availability. However, it doesn't seem to work that way. It only shows the color on my personal calendar. Everyone else sees that time as 'Busy' (blue). Is this a function of the Kerio Connector, am I missing something, or is this functionality going to be more developed in the future?
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sedell

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That's the way Outlook works. It's a privacy concern. All they're supposed to be able to see is if you are free or busy, not what you are doing.

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adamsca

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Thank you for your reply. I am wondering if anyone has automated the publishing of calendars to the web. A Google search showed that someone had written a VBS routine for Outlook prior to 2003. Since we can't depend on people to manually do it every day, it would be nice to automate it.
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winkelman

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The calendar allready is (kind of) published on the web: through webmail. Just share your calendar with whomever may see it (limited to other KSM users) and they can login to their webmail and see your real-time up-to-date calendar...
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