[CalendarServer-users] Delegation of single calendars

Ryan Yates Coleman ryc108 at psu.edu
Tue Sep 1 08:13:21 PDT 2009

That's certainly possible, depending on your authentication structure.  
For me, we're tied into our central authentication service so the user  
would only have the ONE account.

If you have more control over your accounts, there's no reason not to  
go that route, iCal will just treat them as separate calendars.

On Sep 1, 2009, at 11:02 AM, Stroller wrote:

> Interesting.  Is it possible for the boss to have two accounts on  
> the iCal server (one private, one delegated), adding them both in  
> iCal client so he can access them simultaneously?
> Stroller.
> On 1 Sep 2009, at 13:45, Maximilian Reiß wrote:
>> 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.
>> ...
>>>> 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.
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