[CalendarServer-users] 'DAV ACL's... li'l help?
sbbowman at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 05:12:24 PST 2008
New account of type CalDav, put in admin credentials, server hostname only,
under the options section set the path as I described below. Then it should
connect and you can browse the directory structure of DCS to get to the
calendar you want to edit principals on.
I'm using Mulberry v4.0.8.
On Feb 15, 2008 8:10 PM, tack <tack at tractionco.com> wrote:
> Thanks Stephen.
> I can't get to the point where I connect to DCS in Mulberry is the biggest
> obstacle. Which is why I'm looking for other DAV admin type apps or clearer
> documentation for Mulberry. Could be even that I'm using some ancient
> That might be a little off-topic for this list, though I thought many here
> would have looked this same stuff up too.
> On Feb 15, 2008, at 3:27 PM, Stephen Bowman wrote:
> 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
> 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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