[Kolab-devel] Permissions problems in Kronolith
diegows at xtech.com.ar
Mon Jan 21 15:11:25 CET 2008
On Mon, January 21, 2008 5:38 am, Jan Schneider wrote:
> Zitat von Diego Woitasen <diegows at xtech.com.ar>:
>> I'm working on a bug when one user tries to add an event to other
>> user's calendar. The problem is that ImapFolder_Permission::getPerm()
>> must use MYRIGHTS IMAP command to check the current user permissions on
>> a folder. I have added getMyRights() method to
>> Kolab_IMAP_Connection_pear() and forced the use of pear instead of
>> c-client (PHP IMAP extensions doesn't have myrights()).
>> Now the check of PERMS_EDIT works fine but the problem is
>> I don't undertand the meaning of DELEGATE and coudln't find the
>> con-stant on /kolab/lib/php.
> PERMS_DELEGATE is a special permission in Kronolith that allows users
> that have this permission on my calendar to delegate events to me.
> E.g. a secretary might have PERMS_DELEGATE permissions on his boss'
> calendar and can now create event in this calendar on behalf of his
> I have no idea how such random permissions could be applied to the ACL
> concept of Kolab.
> Do you need professional PHP or Horde consulting?
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ok, so I think we should the map the IMAP permissions to:
i -> PERMS_DELEGATE
w -> PERMS_EDIT
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