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Cannot stop users deleting shared calendar entries

Posted on 2011-03-21
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We have an account group.calendar@ourdomain.co.uk setup to allow management to track each other's appointments/meetings.
The user [group.calendar] has shared it's calendar with the 8 man management team.
Each manager adds an entry
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Question by:NELMO
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chakko earned 2000 total points
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Have you refined the Client Permissions for the shared Calendar.

You should be able to change the other user's permission so that they can only edit their own items.
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by:NELMO
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Sorry posted this by mistake. I had not completed editing it.
Well done with the answer to a half formed question!
To get the procedure I required I have set the users to [NonEditing Author].
They can now Create their own, veiw others but only delete their own.
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