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cwppi

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Hello,

We have recently purchased KMS and are in the process of getting it set up and rolled out to our users. I'm trying to figure out the best way to set up office resources (e.g. conference rooms) for meetings. I've created a user and added calendars for each room which seems to work. One issue I see with this is that the users will have to be set up as "editors" to add entries to the calendar(s). The issue here is that they would also have the ability to rearrange (possibly delete) someone else's meetings if it conflicts with their entry. Any way to restrict users ability to only change their entries. Any suggestions greatly appreciated!
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I would suggest you create public Calendar folders and give the appropriate people editor or admin access. That way all users can easily see the Calendar, and only some users can modify or create new entries. This is how we do it in our office.

[Updated on: Thu, 19 January 2006 20:30]


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cwppi

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That sounds good for now. At some point we would like to have each of the users manage their own Calendar entries. Are there plans to add some restraints on the Public Folders in the future that would allow users to only manipulate their own entries and not other user entries?
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