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    Unhappy User rights on shared Address book does not seem to work?


    - I created two users account (A and B), selected default settings for creating the users. Both user accounts are non administrative.

    - Created an Address Book in Account B.

    - Shared the address book as "Public" i.e. read only.

    Now here come the issues:
    - I could see B's shared address book in account A. But I could also delete the contents of the address book and even the address book itself from A. It should not happen. isn't it?

    - I tried creating a read only public shared calendar and editing from other accounts, it was editable.

    - For some unknown reason, now, if I create a public shared address book, I can not see that in other user accounts .

    All above tests were done one after the other, without any change in installation and configuration etc.

    What possibly I am doing wrong? For sharing I click right mouse button on the Address Book --> "Edit Properties" --> "Public" --> "Ok".

    Also, how to share an address book or calendar as read only?

    (OS: Ubuntu 6.06, Zimbra 4.5, Browser: Firefox 2)

    Thanks for any hints.

    Last edited by Jabran; 01-29-2007 at 07:00 AM.

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