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    Default Calendar Issues IE 7

    Hello,

    I have run into some problems today that I haven't seen before. I am going to try to explain this as best as I can.

    When using IE7 and trying to create an appointment for a later date, the appointment shows in the calendar however, once you open the appointment it shows (todays) current date, then you are unable to close the appointment. You get some null errors and you have to log out of zimbra in order to get off of the appointment view. Also once you click on existing appointments they also show todays current date.

    Even more interesting, I can "create" the appointment in IE7 (and not be able to view it) but I can open it just fine in say safari and Firefox.


    I upgrade IE to 8 and the problem was still there. Currently upgrading a computer to IE9 to see if that could help straighten this out. Also wanted to add that we are using ZCS 6

    Has anyone experienced this before? As a side note this just started happening today.

    Thanks
    Bill
    Last edited by BillFlu; 06-08-2011 at 07:01 AM. Reason: Added version of ZCS

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