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Marlogic
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Posted: 16 October 2020 at 2:34pm | IP Logged Quote Marlogic

We utilize hMailServer as our email server.

When we use Microsoft Outlook on our desktop, we have calendar support.

We would like to incorporate a system that we would be able to use to schedule meeting invites via calendar on webmail, android/ios app. Also, possibly share contacts. Would AfterLogic Webmail Pro support the above?
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Posted: 19 October 2020 at 12:06am | IP Logged Quote Igor

Indeed, WebMail Pro supports meeting requests, those are of a standard iCalendar (.ICS) format and can be handled by wide range of calendar application, including Outlook, emClient, iOS/Android calendar apps.

We also offer Aurora Corporate product which, additionally to personal-level features available in WebMail Pro, offers groupware functionality: sharing calendars and contacts, global address book, corporate file pool, Outlook sync, etc.

Both the products are available for full-featured 30-days trial so you can try those out and see if they meet your requirements, before purchasing a license:

Download WebMail Pro PHP
Download Aurora Corporate

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Posted: 19 October 2020 at 4:48am | IP Logged Quote Marlogic

Igor wrote:
Indeed, WebMail Pro supports meeting requests, those are of a standard iCalendar (.ICS) format and can be handled by wide range of calendar application, including Outlook, emClient, iOS/Android calendar apps.

We also offer Aurora Corporate product which, additionally to personal-level features available in WebMail Pro, offers groupware functionality: sharing calendars and contacts, global address book, corporate file pool, Outlook sync, etc.

Both the products are available for full-featured 30-days trial so you can try those out and see if they meet your requirements, before purchasing a license:

Download WebMail Pro PHP
Download Aurora Corporate

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Thanks for this info.

Are there instructions on how to set up the trial and reverting to Lite version should I need to do so?
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Posted: 19 October 2020 at 4:50am | IP Logged Quote Igor

Installation instructions can be found here.

We recommend setting up a separate installation so your WebMail Lite setup stays unaffected.

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Posted: 19 October 2020 at 4:56am | IP Logged Quote Marlogic

Great!

I will set up same and test.
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Posted: 21 October 2020 at 7:19am | IP Logged Quote Marlogic

Igor wrote:
Installation instructions can be found here.

We recommend setting up a separate installation so your WebMail Lite setup stays unaffected.

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I've installed the trial version now for WebMail Pro 8.

I see the additional features. However, nothing happens when I click the New Event button and when I create a new calendar I'm not seeing it anywhere.

When I attempt to access the calendar via the mobile app, BlueMail, I get a prompt stating that "The selected account does not offer calendar support. Calendar is currently available for Exchange ActiveSync and Google accounts."

I want users to be able to initiate meeting invites from mobile email client apps.
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Posted: 21 October 2020 at 7:43am | IP Logged Quote Igor

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I see the additional features. However, nothing happens when I click the New Event button and when I create a new calendar I'm not seeing it anywhere.


That looks like some kind of issue with the product installation. We could look into this if you provide us with adminpanel credentials, test account and installation URL; please send the details via HelpDesk.

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When I attempt to access the calendar via the mobile app, BlueMail, I get a prompt stating that "The selected account does not offer calendar support. Calendar is currently available for Exchange ActiveSync and Google accounts."


That's a limitation of the mobile app, it needs to support DAV access to the calendar; instead, apparently it tries accessing native Android calendar, which doesn't have DAV support. In case of iOS, that's natively supported.

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