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scubaman99

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I have 1 user that uses KerioSync instead of the KOC. How do i edit that users calendar permissions using the KerioSync connector?

I.E. User A (Sync user) wants to grant User B "Edit" Privileges to his calendar. how do i grant User B "edit" privileges to his calendar?


Using the KOC i'd simply highlight UserA's calendar and change sharing, but i dont see this option in the Kerio Sync client.
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winkelman

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Can't (s)he login through webmail? You can set permissions there...
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scubaman99

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yes of course he/I could... but the whole thing is, that it would be nice to make permission changes for this particular user (very busy CEO) WITHOUT having to bother him for his password.

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rinzwind

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Yes, particular users like VERY BUSY CEO's Rolling Eyes don't have time for entering a password or remembering one. Twisted Evil
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winkelman

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scubaman99 wrote on Wed, 23 May 2007 18:31

...having to bother him for his password.



Well, you're gonna have to. Or ask him to do it himself, of course. (Might be good idea, then he can do it himself next time(s). And 'busy CEO's' like to feel empowered to be able do stuff themselves Smile)
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