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Hi all,

I have an OSX 10.4 server running KMS 6.6.1, and twenty or so users on 10.5 workstations using Mail and iCal. I have been asked to subscribe each person to every other user's calender (but NOT through Caldav - they don't like the interface or limited colours!).

Is there a way to set permissions so that you either

a) do not authenticate at all
b) authenticate with your own details

I have been into webmail and added permissions to the Kerio Calendar for anonymous users > Reader, which I though might help, to no avail.

Could do with some help, otherwise I'll be spending hours collecting email passwords, subscribing them all and running around to every machine each time sometime changes their password!

Alternatively, if anyone has a bright idea of how a very special bunch of people can manage their own Kerio calendars and allow everyone else to view them, I'd be grateful!


[Updated on: Wed, 03 December 2008 15:42]


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Just to confuse matters further - I know this HAS worked at some point, as one of the users has existing subscriptions... but I can't add any more without using the target's authentication details.

I'm starting to think this is something that has been broken (or is a "feature") by an update to KMS or the client OS. Argh!
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