You have received a calendar invitation for a meeting/event or you are the organizer of the meeting/event and would like to move that invitation to another new calendar where you are not the owner of that new calendar. This article provides a possible workaround for the same.
We will consider 2 users User1 and User2 for examples here, where User1 has sent a meeting invite to User2. Thus, User1 is the organizer of the event and User2 is the invitee for the event. Below are the two cases that they can run into:
- User2 would like to move the event to a public calendar (or any other calendar that doesn't belong to User2). When trying to do this, User2 will get an error indicating that the event can only be moved within the user's mailbox (in this case, User2's mailbox):
- If User1 tried to move the event to another calendar, which doesn't belong to User1, the same error indicating that the event can be moved only within the User1's mailbox will be shown to User1.
Above is the behavior of the official Kerio Connect client. Below are two workarounds:
- If you are trying to move an event to a public calendar, then, the best thing in this scenario would be to create the event directly on the public calendar itself, rather than creating it on your own calendar and then moving it.
- If you are using Microsoft Outlook (a 3rd party client), then, even that doesn't allow the moving of events to other calendars. However, it will go ahead and create a completely new event on the other calendar. The downside here is that the invitees will have to again accept the invitation to the event.