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bigmountain

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Hopefully, this is just a simple question that is easily answered. Upon setting up a client today, we noticed that many shared calendars they were subscribing to had a little lock symbol next to the name of the calendar. They were able to subscribe to the calendar and iCal was able to sync the calendar folder after checking it off in the Connect Client settings, but I cannot find what the lock means. Does anyone know?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It means that the user can only read the calendar and does not have read/write access rights there.
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