[CalendarServer-users] Calendar subscription authorization

Wilfredo Sánchez Vega wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Thu Jun 7 11:38:58 PDT 2007

   User cannot, by default, see other users' calendars, since that  
data may be private.  You can allow another user to read your calendar  
data by adding them to your "read" proxy group, which has read access  
to your data.  That presently has to be done over the wire using ACL  


On Jun 7, 2007, at 6:28 AM, Jacques Foucry wrote:

> Hello folks,
> I'm new here and I've just installed calendar server on my Mac OS X  
> Server Tiger.
> Every thing seems to work well. Admin and ordinary users can create  
> and publish calendar with iCal.
> The subscription doesn't work well. Admin could subscribe to  
> ordinary users calendars but ordinary users could not subscribe to  
> admin calendar (it seems logical) and to other ordinary users  
> calendars.
> I made a group un conf/accounts-test.xml with all my non-admin users  
> but it does not change anything.
> I suppose (but I'm not sure) that the answer is in sudoers.plist  
> file but I don't see how.
> Help will be really appreciate.
> Best regards,
> Jacques
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