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Thread: Calendar Goofiness, quick mailbox "check"?

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    Default Calendar Goofiness, quick mailbox "check"?

    My company is running Zimbra (Network) 4.5.6 for our employees.

    I have a few users who are experiencing mysterious Calendar behavior. The most common problem is that a day repeatedly shows up as "unavailable" in the Zimbra Calendar when other people look at their times. (Example: one user's Fridays are always displayed as "unavailable," almost as if she were a part-time employee.)

    This is not because of anything simple/obvious, like a recurring "all day" event, or anything like that.

    So my question is: is there a simple script or utility which "checks" a user's Calendar for corruption? Or which would rebuild their Calendar information?

    I looked through the Admin PDF, moused through a good bit of the wiki, and tried a few searches here in the forum, but I haven't seen anything promising yet.

    Any suggestions?

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    I would be interested in this as well. We have had some problems with iSync and the Zimbra connector for Mac and I would like to verify that there is no problem with the users' calendars on the server. Where is the calendar data stored, mySQL, flat file, etc?

    Adam

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