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Thread: [SOLVED] Shared Calendar Question

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    Hello,

    I have a user who has a calendar 'Global Vacations' that he has shared with everyone and people have been using to post their vacations. However, this user is no longer with the company and now I have this calendar shared from his account that everyone uses, so I can't delete his account.

    I don't want to move this shared calendar to my email only to cause the same problem down the road. Is there a way I can create the shared calendar as a resource that everyone can access so that it is not tied to anyone's email address?

    Brian

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    you pretty much answered your own question. create a resource account and share it's calendar with everyone.

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    Thanks for your reply. I guess then what i need to do is log in as the resource after I created it? Otherwise I can't figure out how I would share it's calendar.

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    or use the command line tools like zmmailbox theres good examples on the wiki

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