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Thread: Forcing a User To Share Their Calendar

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    Default Forcing a User To Share Their Calendar

    I've poked around the documentation and can't seem to see this functionality.

    With Meeting Maker, you can have two types of proxies, essentially. "Willing" and "Unwilling".

    You can happily, willingly, share your calendar with whomever you want.

    By the same token, though, you can set it up so that "your boss", for example, has access to your calendar, and you're not capable of revoking that access, because it's done at a level "above your head" so to speak.

    Is that capability present in Zimbra and I'm just not seeing it? How would an admin go about setting that up for someone?


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    Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but what about having "the boss" create the calendar and then give "Manager" access to the user. There might be some loopholes in this setup, but at least I don't think the user could revoke the share from the boss, because the boss owns the calendar.

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    I don't think that would work. First off, because it's just cumbersome to do for every "subordinate" user. Second, because if you go looking for "Free/Busy" time for subordinate, it won't show up as their time.


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