1) You didn't configure the account in presence gateway in the right format. Depends on your Exchange configuration, you might want to try "domain\account" instead of "account".
2) The account does not have permission to open end user's mailbox.
The best way to test is to put an end user account into presence gateway configuration. Because an end user account is 100% sure have permission to open his own mailbox. If you still got "unauthorized" message, that must be the account format problem.
Thanks for your messahe. It helped. I tried to use my own account and it was ok. After that I have re-checked the "recieve as" account. It was set on only one storage group. Anyway, I'd like to ask 2 things:
1. The permission level. "Receive as" seems to be a strong permission. I can see the whole mailbox of users with it. Is there any way to set it lower and still be able to read the calendar?
2. Folder names. We use 6.0.4 version of CUPS. It should work also with non-english calendar folder names. But it is not. what needs to be done to solve this issue?
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