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Thread: [SOLVED] Zimbra 7 - Can't edit Appointment / Event using Ajax Web Client

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    Exclamation [SOLVED] Zimbra 7 - Can't edit Appointment / Event using Ajax Web Client

    After our upgrade to Zimbra 7 we can no longer edit appointments in the calendar using the Ajax Web client. We have test IE 8, Chrome, FF3 and FF4.

    When we double click and open an event, the fields come up empty. We also can not close the event then and it remains in the tabs at the top next to preferences.

    Editing events DOES work in the HTML version of the web interface.

    Also - adding events using the QUICKADD method work in the AJAX client, but then trying to edit those events does not work.

    Anyone else seeing this issue or know of a fix?

    Thanks!
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    Solved this issue.. We had unchecked "Global Address List access" from the features because we were not wanting to use it at this time.. However this disables the ability to edit/add Events in the calendar using the non-quick method.
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