Tue, 23 January 2018 15:35
i have the problem, that many users access one special 'Office-Wide'-Account which leads to many different problems:
- Synchronization-failures since 40+ devices are talking against each other constantly
- Confusing decline/accept mails on MacOS (For example somebody declines an event, somehow he declines this event as the office-wide-account, all other devices synchronize this change, since every device (MacOS) treats this office-wide-account as a personal account (since it is configured as one...) and sends out a declined-mail to other attendees via a personal mail-account, since the office-wide-account is only configured as caldav, but not as a mail account. Which leads to: "email@example.com declined the event XZY in the office-wide<_at_>domain.com calendar".)
- And so on...
I know, that there is a right way to do this. Using Resource-Calendars for example. I would use them for vehicle, gadgets, meeting rooms, vacation, ... calendars.
But my main problem are the project-calendars. I can't transform, change or delete them in anyway, since this will lead to many problems with events (external attendees included....) in the future. So i have to wait till these projects are completed.
But: I though that it may be possible, to let all these project-calendars remain on the office-wide-account (So i am not touching the events in any way), remove the office-wide-CalDav-Account from every Device, share every project calendar with the needed project-members read-only (so they can still look into project-wide events like meetings, which are already created). This would solve all the problems. But still i would need a way for my users to create new events in the project-calendar.
So i am asking: Is there a way to let a normal-calendar accept every invitation just like a resource calendar? So my users could create the events on their personal accounts (which isn't that much of a problem) and simply invite the project-calendar?
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