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Re: [SOGo] sharing rigths on calendar


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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] sharing rigths on calendar
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2014 09:00:53 -0500

On 2014-01-23 8:23 AM, Christian Mack < > wrote:
Hello Benoit Godefert

Am 2014-01-23 10:40, schrieb
:

I have problems with sharing rights on the calendar.
Here is the scenario:
John Doe has a shared calendar with his assistant.
It gives him only the right to add an event because he did not want his
assistant delete or edit events that he himself created.
With this setting, the assistant can add an event, but once created it can not
modify or delete some error.
It would be desirable that the assistant can modify or delete events that he
added to the calendar of John Doe.
Is it possible that the assistant has full control of events added to the
calendar of John Doe and if so how do ?

No there is currently no such thing.
You could add an enhancement request for that at http://www.sogo.nu/bugs

Ludovic (or someone) said they were going to do this for me way back (a year or more ago?) when I asked about the same thing, when we were still in the consideration stage. Are you saying there is currently no open enhancement request for this?

In my opinion this is extremely valuable functionality for Shared Calendars with multiple users involved. Currently, the only way to achieve this behavior is the same way we were doing it with Google Calendars... the Shared Calendar is set up to auto-accept 'invites' for events from specific users (or all users), then the person who added the event 'by invite' can manage (modify or delete) their events, because they are on both their personal and the Shared Calendar.

But this is only a workaround... SOGo badly needs built-in capability for individual users to be able to directly add and manage events to shared calendars, but NOT be able to manage anything added by other users.



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