[CalendarServer-dev] Unknown attributes for collections
cdaboo at apple.com
Tue Oct 9 07:16:19 PDT 2012
--On October 9, 2012 7:26:38 AM -0400 Pascal Robert <probert at macti.ca>
The maximum number of child resources allowed in a collection.
This is used by clients that support XMPP or APNS push notifications. It
gives the client the information they need to "subscribe" to the relevant
> auto-schedule (I found the description in an email, but I didn't find
> anything in doc/Extensions)
Whether or not a calendar user (typically a resource or location) will
automatically respond to scheduling invites.
The server supports several different modes for how an automatic response
to an invite might occur. This property exposes the current value set for
the calendar user.
The email addresses associated with the calendar user as defined in the
directory entry for that principal.
These are equivalent to the standard group-member-set and group-membership
properties except that any nested groups are themselves fully expanded
(i.e., depth infinity group expansion).
First and last name attributes from the directory.
Our server supports four types of directory record for users, groups,
resources and locations - this property exposes what the type is for the
corresponding principal resource.
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