[Kolab-devel] Permissions problems in Kronolith

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Wed Jan 23 10:49:25 CET 2008

On Monday 21 January 2008 09:38, Jan Schneider wrote:
> 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  
> boss.
> I have no idea how such random permissions could be applied to the ACL  
> concept of Kolab.

In Kolab, you only have the IMAP permissions on the folder
and the permission to send email with a specific "From:" header.
So if you can write the folder of your boss, you can create an appointment for 
her. If you can send email From: you boss, you can also send out the 
invitation properly.

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