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as I am a newbie to groupware like the calendar in KMS 6 I have a question about this:

Is it possible to create a calendar (shared or public?) to announce an absence (for example) and have automaticly this time blocked if others would want a meeting in the timeframe of my absence.

My tries to implement this came to the point that I created a public calendar, entered a meeting and gave my colleague editor rights to the calendar.
He was able to create another meeting in the same time frame, without beeing warned.
All of this was done in the webbrowser. We use Macs and have no outlook or entourage.



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