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    Default Zimbra standard version & multiple calendars

    Hello all,

    All our users are using the Advanced/AJAX web client with a few exceptions. One of those users cannot use the advanced version due to their screen resolution being too low.

    My question is - I cannot seem to find out how to place an appointment on a different calendar than the user's own calendar in the Standard/HTML version. I can easily do this in the Advanced client, but I see no option in the Standard client to place an appointment on a different (shared) calendar.

    Am I blind and missing the obvious or is the standard version incapable of putting appointments on shared calendars? I seem to be able to put appointments on regular (non-shared) calendars without a problem.

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    Just quickly, while I have you on this issue, Mike: my laptop is 1400x1050...

    and I'm 43. :-)

    Is there a way to turn *up* the size of the text-mode fixed-pitch font in the message window only?

    I'm fine with the sizes of the other stuff...
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    Thanks Mike - the zmprov zimbraPrefAdvancedClientEnforceMinDisplay FALSE should work in this case for us.

    I did throw a vote in for 23531 since it would be nice to see but if I can force this user to the ajax version, it should be fine in this case.

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    I haven't really looked into where that's handled in the code (most just use the browser ctrl + so it affects all sites, but I realize that often makes the client look out of wack when it gets really large/or you possibly don't need everything else enlarged) make sure it's filed in bugzilla if it isn't already.

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