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Posted on 2008-10-16
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Hi,

We have public folders for calendars.

A user can create an entry in the calendar and it is stored there. If another users needs to delete it or ammend the ntry the cannot due to insufficient rights. Where is this setting stored?

I want to be able to assign users to create, delete and edit others users entry's.
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I have adjusted the Default to editor and still my users cannot edit the entries made by another user earlier today.

The error message says they have been deleted, moved or access denied.
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Have you selected the edit items and delte items to be all on the permissions?
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