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nbgrant

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I'm trying to dig through logs and figure out what user is posting garbage on a client's public calendar.

It's all in fun, but it needs to stop and I've been tasked with finding out who.

Any ideas where I can look?
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TorW

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Although it's a bit unclear what you mean with "posting garbage", don't the calendar event have an organizer? It should be clearly visible in webmail if you open the event and look under the attendees tab.
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No I mean our globally public calendar - think fridge calendar

All users are allowed to post to this calendar. Users are starting to post joke events and I've been tasked with finding out where the events are coming from. I can't find anything in the logs related to posts on the public calendars.

Can I dig back through logs to find this? Is this logged at all?
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TorW

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If you enable "Message folder operations" in the debug log you can see activity in the various calendars, but the user responsible for creating the event isn't logged (unless it's logged somewhere else I don't know of). However, when you open the event itself in webmail (or Outlook or whatever), the creator is entered as Organizer. It's also in the eml file itself on the ORGANIZER line:

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ORGANIZER;CN="Example User":mailto:user<_at_>example.com
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So don't look in the logs, look in the event itself.
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nbgrant

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There appears to be no "Organizer" in Outlook 2011, iCal or the webmail.

How do I find the filename for the eml file?
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TorW

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The eml files (the indvidual events) are in store/domainname/#public/calendar-name/#msgs. At least that's the path on Linux servers. They're clean ASCII and contains all the details for the event. To find the actual event, search in the files (grep or whatever).
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nbgrant

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Sounds good. I'll start digging.

I was hoping there was a quick way to ID the file through a client of some kind. Grepping through a huge public calendar will take some time.
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