Lotus Notes calendar

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Lotus Notes Calendar
Is there a way to allow a person to edit a Lotus Notes calendar without allowing access to your mail?
ASKED: March 13, 2013  2:01 AM
UPDATED: March 13, 2013  1:56 PM

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  • Stiletto
    Sure. Depending on the version, you either click the button marked "Tools", or "More". Then choose "Preferences..." Click on the third tab ("Access & Delegation") Select the first sub-tab ("Access to Your Mail & Calendar"). From here, you can click the "Add" button and select the relevent people/groups from the address book, decide whether to give them read access or read/create/edit/delete access, etc. What this does is change the ACL to add the people/groups you select and either grant them the selected access to "Read public documents"/"Write public documents"
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