|Apr 24, 2013, 01:20 AM||#1|
iCal Server culls pre-set delegate permissions, why??
So my iCal Server (on OS X Server 10.5) has started doing THE most frustrating thing: occasionally (about once a day), the server seems to pick one or two (of our ~15 users) and delete all of their delegates.
Our office has adopted an "everyone can read everyone else's calendars" policy, and each iCal client opening one user calendar and about 15 shared delegate calendars.
It worked fine for months but now the server has decided to start Culling delegation permissions.. averaging about one user per day. I can manually add them again but the server Server seems to have a mind of its own!
Please help, this is an enormously detrimental problem to the business and although we plan to upgrade to exchange in the next 6-12 months, avoiding this problem would be wonderful.
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