- FFPR IT
well i think i'm not the only person with this kind of setup, so i'd like to know what your solutions looks like. So thats's the problem:
At the headquarte i have an kerio mailserver installed. We also have an branchoffice, connected through a digital dedicated line (2MBIT) with an own kerio mailserver. So i set up the kerio environment like described in the manual for branch offices (like having a subdomain fpr the branch office an aliases on the domain for the branch office. So delivery of email works great, the dedicated line has less traffic and every user works on the server at its location. Well done so far.
But the problem is scheduling and public folders between headquarter and branch office. Right now, Kerio Mailserver is not able neither to let a user of the branch office look into the calendar of an employee at the headquarter nore in its public folders and vice versa.
But as we all know, sometimes it is very importent to coordinate meetings, calls and stuff or look into public folders throug more than just one branch office. So does any body has a solution for this implemed yet?
Thanks for your feedback!
I don't use this feature (Free/busy with non-local users), so I do not know the ins and outs, but perhaps this is of assistance:
Did you look at the 'Free/busy URL' field in a users contacts? That's where you'd normally specify the URL to look at when a user is not a local user...
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