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    I have a user that wants to allow people to write to his calendar but not be able to change the appointment once it is created. So write access but no delete/append access.
    Is there anyway to do this?
    I did some searching and couldnt find anything, but I figured I would ask before filing a request.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcesari View Post
    I have a user that wants to allow people to write to his calendar but not be able to change the appointment once it is created.
    If you just want insert but after save don't want them to be changed in any way, that's read & insert (ri) permissions.

    Quote Originally Posted by mcesari View Post
    So write access but no delete/append access.
    However, if you do read, write, & insert (rwi) then they can edit/change subject/note/move that appointment afterwards - but then they can also change other appointments around.

    I discuss this downside further in Bug 12654 - Request Editor share level between Viewer and Manager
    There's also: Bug 15205 - share roles - custom (editor / author) levels

    zmmailbox -z -m theshare@domain.com modifyFolderGrant /Folder account user@domain.com ri

    r = viewer rights
    rwixd = manager rights

    You could do any of the following [account <name> |group <name> |domain <name> |all |public| guest <email> <password>] followed by the permissions like r, rw, rwix, rwixd, rwixda, none, etc.

    (r)ead - search, view overviews and items
    (w)rite - edit drafts/contacts/notes, set flags
    (i)nsert - copy/add to directory, create subfolders
    action (x) - workflow actions, like accepting appointments
    (d)elete - delete items and subfolders, set \Deleted flag
    (a)dminister - delegate admin and change permissions

    The createMountpoint command is commonly used after this:
    zmmailbox z -m user@domain.com createMountpoint --view appointment "/Vacation Calendar" vacationcal@domain.com /VacationDates

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    Oh thanks thats exactly what I wanted. Forgot you could do that from the command line.

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    hmm so this actually does not seem to work. if i do not give write permission, the calendar does not appear in the drop down for a calendar to add an appointment

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    seems like rwi does what i want. after making an appointment the users cannot change it.
    this is on 4.5.10 so maybe it is different on 5.0

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    Now that we are on 5.0.6 this no longer works. rwi permissions lets the user move appointments and with just ri the calendar does not appear in the drop down list

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