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deleting other's items in calendar

Posted on 2011-03-25
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We use: sharepoint services 3.0. On an intranet the have an calendar where they can post meetings and things like that. More than one user can place items in calendar. But they can also delete each other's items. Can I stop this without stopping them from inserting calendar items?

many thanks
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AndrewSkoraro earned 500 total points
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The list has a setting to only allow editing of their items.  This will stop them from being able to delete it.
Go to the list settings >> Advanced Settings >> Create and Edit access and select "Create items and edit items that were created by the user".  This will stop others from deleting items.
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perfect, just what I was looking for. All points r going to you.
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