Have a site that is looking into calendar publishing host and I am working to see if this is a viable option. Haven't done allot with the product myself so looking to see if this possibly might work. It appears this product will publish calendars so that external users can see the internal GroupWise users calendars. This site has a large mac contingent and they still have to use the gw8.0.2 client on them. The main issue deals with the option to view mutil calendar view, which is something you can't do in the mac GW client. They need a way they can view mutli calendars for scheduling and all. Wanted to see if the calendar publishing agent would be a viable option to deal with current issue. The capability I don't believe is in the webaccess agent as well to view multi calendars.
> Wanted to see if the calendar publishing agent would be a viable option to > deal with current issue. The capability I don't believe is in the webaccess > agent as well to view multi calendars.
Multi-user calendars are "defined" by the users themselves, so there isn't a "multi-user" calendar per se in calendar publisher. However, you could be creative :-)
If you use calendar publisher, you could define a folder in the GW 8 client as "panels". Then you could put different calendars from the web publisher into the panels. You can actually accomplish this without calendar publisher by making a new panel for each Groupwise calendar that the user has access to, but calendar publisher might "look" better in the panels.
I am referring to the ability to view mutliple calendars that you have proxy access through for the client. It is not available in the latest mac client, which is 8.0.2, and Novell hasn't put it into webaccess yet as well. For mac clients, it is a feature that they do not have and I want get on my GW support of mac kick. Looking for workaround for them. Think we are going to use resources for calendars they need access to and use calendar publishing as well for access with mobile devices. Going to test it on ipads where you can view multiple calendars.
> I am referring to the ability to view mutliple calendars that you have proxy > access through for the client. It is not available in the latest mac client, > which is 8.0.2, and Novell hasn't put it into webaccess yet as well.
Yes, as I say, this can be done via calendar publisher (although not in a "multi-calendar view). If you want a multi-calendar view, you could put each calendar into a panel in a folder - this can be done in the Mac client. You would just make a panel for each URL for the calendar publisher results and view them in a folder that you create using those panels.