22 votesTodd commented
This fixes that....
Command Z (Undo)
Stop Kerio MailServer Engine
Edit the file 'mailserver.cfg' found in the installation directory of Kerio MailServer
Windows : 'C:\Program Files\Kerio\MailServer'
MacOSx : '/usr/local/kerio/mailserver'
Linux : '/opt/kerio/mailserver'
Find this section:
Change the '1' to a '0' and save this file.
Start the Kerio MailServer Engine
517 votesTodd commented
Yes. I agree. I posted something like that yesterday...... An option so that, as an example, an office manager could be given read/write access to all Calendar users in a domain or to a group. It's a tedious process to have to go into each users account and give that user(s) r/w access for Calendars.