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cicalese

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I'm using Kerio Connect 8.3.1. I'd like to set up a Public Folder or similar where users can post events so that everyone on the domain (or a certain Group) can view the events but not edit them. Currently, events posted to Public Folders are editable by either everyone (Can Edit, or Is Owner) or no one (View Only). A 4th option for the folder like "Owner Controls" or something would be great. The point is to avoid having all users each create a shared calendar requiring everyone to subscribe to everyone else. How are others in a corporate setting handling this currently?
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Bud Durland

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For such matters here, I will login as Admin and create the shared folder (calendar, e-mail, whatever). By default the entire domain will be granted read-only, remove if appropriate. Add the group that the folder is for as read-only, add managers/supervisors as editors.
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cicalese

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I appreciate the response, but that doesn't solve the issue of one user being able to edit another's post.
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