[CalendarServer-users] Allowing read-only sharing of calendars
nicklegg at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 20:39:19 PDT 2008
Thanks for your reply. It works (mostly), but I have one problem. When
I'm typing "acl -i calendars/users/$USERNAME/calendar", I cannot type
the letter "b". There is absolutely no effect when I hit the "b" key.
All other keys seem to work as expected. Have you run into this problem?
PS - my username has a 'b' in it so I'm seemingly out of luck
> You can use the command line tool to edit the ACL's.
> I added read only in acl position 1 for all logged in users. This may
> be some handy context in getting around the process:
> On Apr 24, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Nick wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I can't seem to find this information anywhere. I have about 5 users
>> with separate accounts and their own calendars. I want every user to
>> have read/write access to their own calendar, but read-only access to
>> all other users' calendars. How can I accomplish this?
>> Nick "nutbar" Legg
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