[CalendarServer-users] 'DAV ACL's... li'l help?

Stephen Bowman sbbowman at gmail.com
Fri Feb 15 15:27:07 PST 2008


The problem I was having was that I was using the wrong path.  My current
settings which seem to work fine are:

path = "/calendars/"
login as admin...

Then edit the calendar for which you want to grant permission on.  For
example, to steal Cyrus' wording:

To give read read access on user02's calendar to user01:

If you really want to use ACLs, then set the ACLs on
/calendars/users/user02/calendar to give /principals/__uids__/XXX (whatever
the principalURL is for user01) read access.

It worked for me...

On Fri, Feb 15, 2008 at 5:03 PM, tack <tack at tractionco.com> wrote:

> I've been following this thread from before my time here:
> http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.macosx.calendarserver.user/582
> I've been trying the Mulberry bit with these instructions:
> http://trac.mulberrymail.com/mulberry/wiki/apple_calendar_server
> But they don't correspond with the options in my version of the
> program (4.0.8v).
> So:  Is there another way to edit DAV ACL's that people have used or
> can somebody who's used Mulberry to do so point me in the right
> direction?
> Basically the issue I'm dealing with is I've got around 20 users who
> each need to be able to subscribe to each other's calendars in iCal.
> We're on a beater PC running BSD so we're pretty much stuck with the
> XML directory service.  I understand the way to deal with this is
> either with delegation or editing the ACL's.  If anyone has another
> way in mind I'll try that too.
> Cheers,
> tack
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