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itguy

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I was curious im looking to make the public calendar everyone's default calendar, so if they accept appointments they go into there.... is this possible? i cant seem to delete the calendars, and i don't see any config files to change the locations its looking for.


any ideas?
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marook

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Hi,

1: No, you can't delete/rename the default Calendar (at least not i Webmail - iCal can rename it locally)

2: Why in the world you have all users use the same calendar?
Do ALL your users go to ALL the SAME event ALL the time?? No one at ALL reject a meeting due to illness, vacation ect.???

You would also loose the free/busy function..

Are you trying to schedule lemmings or?? Wink

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itguy

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we use it as a customer scheduling device, all of the jobs for the day go into the calendar.

hence why we want to have everyone have one, no one uses the personal calendars.
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mrralan

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Appointment accepts and denials can only go to the personal calendar. That's one of the reasons I'm switching from public calendars in favor of shared personal calendars.
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