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id t

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Hi

I think I know the answer, but the manual is a little ambiguous (or maybe I wish it was different Smile):

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It is possible to delegate only the entire CalDAV including all calendars it contains. To delegate it, follow these instructions:


This means that if user A has multiple calendars, and share read/write one calendar to user B, user B can read/write ALL A's calendars?

Is this on the feature wish list? I hope so!
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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id t wrote on Wed, 24 November 2010 20:47
Hi

I think I know the answer, but the manual is a little ambiguous (or maybe I wish it was different Smile):

This means that if user A has multiple calendars, and share read/write one calendar to user B, user B can read/write ALL A's calendars?


Exactly. Apple iCal allows to delegate access to all user calendars only. If you set up the delegation you can't specify any particular calendar.

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Is this on the feature wish list? I hope so!


You need to ask Apple for this. We do not develop the iCal.
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marook

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But you can use WEBMAIL to set individual access to each Calendar!
As far as my tests go, never-ever use iCal to delegate your calendar... or you need to fix it via webmail...

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