[CalendarServer-users] Delegation of single calendars

Maximilian Reiß max at macnews.de
Tue Sep 1 05:45:06 PDT 2009

Hi Ryan,

thank you very much for your answer.

The private event feature has the issue that the user would need to  
check it every time and it feels a bit like "trying to improve the  
symptoms instead of curing the cause".
Just think of the quite common "Boss and his secretary" scenario. The  
Boss surely wants go grant the secretary access to some calendars for  
appointment management but pretty sure not to all calendars. Also she/ 
he does not want to make sure not to forget to press "private event"  
each time she/he sets up an event or gets an event.

A semi solution could be to have private calendars but I think there  
is no such feature either in calendarserver.


Am 01.09.2009 um 14:37 schrieb Ryan Yates Coleman:

> I don't think that's possible. However, once you've enabled  
> delegation, the end-user should be able to mark events as private  
> where only the free-busy will be shown to chosen delegates.
> Hope this helps,
> Ryan
> On Sep 1, 2009, at 4:29 AM, Maximilian Reiß wrote:
>> Hi,
>> is there any way (command line tool?) to delegate a single calendar  
>> from an account to somebody else (read or read/write)?
>> Looking at iCal client and the command line tool I only see  
>> possibilities to delegate a whole account to somebody.
>> Thanks,
>> Max
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