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As a server administrator, can I edit a user's "Manage Account Access" settings. This is where a user sets who can see their calendar. Whenever we add a new user, we have to go to every person's computer and add the new user's account to this. It would be great if I could do this server side.

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Yes, on Mac OS X 10.6 server you can use the command:


to manage calendar delegations for users.

E.g. adding 'user1' as read proxy for 'user2':

sudo calendarserver_manage_principals --add-read-proxy users:user1 users:user2

More at:

man calendarserver_manage_principals

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