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robjfrost

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Hi We have set up the Kerio server 6.6.2 with individual client calendars using the caldav function. We set up the admin rights using the web interface as its mac based, whilst using ical for client access most of the time.
My question is we have groups set up which is fine for sending group invites etc, but if for instance you wanted to see what someone else is doing in the company, you cant see their individual calendars. Of course you can share them individually with other users but its extremely time consuming to set up for every user in the company. Any help appreciated.
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Rob
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erto44

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Hello,

Did you find a solution for that ?
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marook

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iCal menu: Window:
- LIsts all the calendars you have read[/write] access too. Select it and it will open.

iCal preferences, Account, Delegation: select the ones you like to always see in the iCal sidebar.

Regarding allowing people to see the calendars, you need to give access, and we have bad history with using Groups.
All members of <domain> seems to work better, but individual user access is best. The finger points towards iCal not reading the ACL's correctly...

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
Consultant - Humac A/S

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forum69

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Any news from Kerio about this bug with iCal groups delegation ?

80 individual user access to add for everyone !!! This is no more possible.




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