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Thread: Sharing calendars to group with zmmailbox - permission denied

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    Default Sharing calendars to group with zmmailbox - permission denied

    Here's my situation:

    -User A has shared his calendar, with view permission, to a distribution list called "Group"
    -User B joins "Group"

    -Using zmmailbox to share User A's calendar with User B:

    Code:
    zmmailbox -a admin -p password -m userA@domain.com createMountpoint --view appointment "/User A's Calendar" userB@domain.com /Calendar
    Code:
    ERROR: service.PERM_DENIED (permission denied: you do not have sufficient permissions on folder /Calendar)
    Shouldn't user B have permission because he is a member of Group? I think this worked when I was on 4.5.6, but doesn't seem to work on 5.0.1. However, I may be wrong and doing something dumb as well.

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    So, to follow up, apparently I have a different problem that is causing this, and it has to do with a broken user account.

    I won't go into it on here, but I didn't want this thread to end up a wild goose chase. Thanks to all, anyway

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