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shared calendar items in multi-user calendar view

Hi!

I have another question:
The new multi-user Calendar-view is great - but we have one thing, which
is confusing to our users:

User A has a shared calendar (the owner of this shared calendar is User
B). It is clear, that User A can see appointments of this shared
calendar in his "main Calendar" if this shared calendar is "enabled".
But User A cannot see the calendar items of this foreign shared
calendar, if he changes to the new multi-user - view.

Does this work as designed or is it a bug?

Thanks a lot
Wolfgang
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Re: shared calendar items in multi-user calendar view

wpolster;2316925 wrote:
Hi!

I have another question:
The new multi-user Calendar-view is great - but we have one thing, which
is confusing to our users:

User A has a shared calendar (the owner of this shared calendar is User
B). It is clear, that User A can see appointments of this shared
calendar in his "main Calendar" if this shared calendar is "enabled".
But User A cannot see the calendar items of this foreign shared
calendar, if he changes to the new multi-user - view.

Does this work as designed or is it a bug?

Thanks a lot
Wolfgang


Does User A also have read proxy rights to User B's calendar?

Also, which version/patchlevel of the client are you using?

Cheers,
Willem
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