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Hank78

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Every User has a calender on iCal/Kerio 6.5:

* This calendar should be synchronzied from iCal to Kerio 6.5 and vice versa.
* Every User of the domain should have FULL read & write access to every calendar on the domain.
* New events should be created without awaiting acceptance via e-mail.
* Multiple participants should be connected to an event without copying the event to the specific calendars.
* Changes on the event should by live on every participant.
* E-Mail notices on creating events or reminders should optional.


That's, what we want. Currently we have created public calendars, which we can't synchronize with iCal, which can't create live-Events on multiple participants and which don't support optional e-mail notification.
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My IT Indy

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Why can't you subscribe to the Public folders with iCal? That should work just fine.

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Hank78

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It does subscribe to published account-calendars, but not to calendars on public folders.
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My IT Indy

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What version of iCal?

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Hank78

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Version 3.0.1 (1205)

Edit:

Even if, i can't edit events etc. on subscribed calendars in iCal. Confused

[Updated on: Mon, 25 February 2008 17:24]

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My IT Indy

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Are you running 10.5 or 10.5.1? I have v3.0.2 with 10.5.2.

What happens when you click on the delegation tab in the Account Preferences? If the user has privs to the Public calendars they should show up.

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Hank78

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10.5.1

All users from "domain" have "editor" access to every public calendar on kerio.

I can subscribe to a public calendar on kerio via iCal now, reached it five minutes ago, but i can't create an event or select any "calendar" as participant.

[Updated on: Mon, 25 February 2008 17:34]

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My IT Indy

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Can you upgrade one machine to 10.5.2 and see if you can see the Public calendar? It should show up under the delegation tab for the ical account. I know mine does.

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Hank78

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I can subscribe a public calendar with iCal. I see the events. I can't edit the events or create some. It's just "read". I subscribed with my account info, which has admin-rights to kerio in general and to the public calendar in specific.

And i can't browse through the public calendars. Just can subscribe to specific calendar.

Sorry, Edit: nope, i can't upgrade a machine. admin would kill me. Wink i'll ask him tomorrow for that. Smile

[Updated on: Mon, 25 February 2008 17:50]

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I had an issue when I first installed 6.5.0 and it gave me read-only permissions to the public folder. I was told by Kerio to restart the server as there's an integrity check performed on the mail store at boot. This fixed my problems. Try that if you can.

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Hank78

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I'll try. Tank you for the patience. I'll give you an update if it works or not Smile
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Hank78

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Hi again.

Restartet Kerio Mail.. but still read-only permissions on subscribed public calendars.
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According to Kerio in another thread, all calendars will respect the "lowest" access rights given to any calendar, meaning if one of your public calendars is set to read-only, all of them will be read-only. There are also some interesting notes about "Administratior" versus "Editor" in the admin manual.

I was only able to get read-write working after carefully setting the access rights on everything -- including the Public Folders itself -- and then restarting both the mail server and re-setting all the iCal 3.x clients' Delegation lists.

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Am I to understand that the CalDAV implementation for iCal in 6.5.0 is a set of "all or nothing" permissions for the items within Public Folders?

This is a bit of a problem for us, since not all of our public folder calendars have the same permissions. I dont want my project managers being able to edit the "License Renewals" calendar, nor do I want my sales people scheduling their own vacations on the "vacations and reviews" calendar. Like file sharing, sub-folders within the main share might have more restricted rights (a la ACLs in Mac OS X Server).

I'm very impressed with 6.5.0 so far but if this limitation is true, I have to knock my "A-" grade down to a "B". Great that it works... not great that I have to over-privilege my iCal users...

- Bill
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You should contact Apple. It is not a KMS issue. It is CalDAV implementation in iCal where the limit is. KMS supports access rights per calendar, however iCal does not.
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