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Thread: Calendar share setup w/out user interaction

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    Default Calendar share setup w/out user interaction

    Hello,

    I was curious if there is a way to have all calendars shared with a distribution list without the end user having to accept the invite. This would be for a new install of Zimbra. We are moving from where the calendar shares are already setup.
    We are currently using webexone for calendaring.
    Any info you have would be great.
    If this is not clear please let me know.
    Also I have to say I have been very happy with the product so far.

    -Dave

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    Default Yes.

    When you share a calendar with a user or a distribution list, the calendar is shared, regardless of what the grantee does.

    If the grantee accepts the share, it appears in their list of calendars. If the grantee declines the share, it isn't listed there. But the folder remains shared with the grantee regardless of whether they accept, decline, or take no action. You have to explicitly revoke access to the folder in order to remove their permissions on it.
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    Default Thank you

    Thank you that is great news.
    I assume that means if they use the outlook connector they will be able to see the share without accepting the invite.
    Thanks again!

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    Default So how to auto accept/add

    This leads to the next question: How can I script accepting/adding a shared calendar?

    I want a company-wide calendar turn up in all user accounts under the name "Company Calendar" in blue. Is there a way of doing that?

    md

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    Default zmmailbox

    You should be able to use the zmmailbox command to do this.
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    Thanks, that helped.

    I found more examples are available at http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Zmmailbox

    Simple example for zmmailbox:

    Code:
    [zimbra@mail ~]$ zmmailbox -z -m m.dorns@hudora.de
    mbox m.dorns@hudora.de> createFolder -V appointment /TST
    33385
    mbox m.dorns@hudora.de> importURLIntoFolder /TST http://ical.mac.com/ical/German32Holidays.ics

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