Lotus Notes calendar

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Is there a way to allow a person to edit a Lotus Notes calendar without allowing access to your mail?

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without providing delegation to any user no one will be able to Access your mailfile calendar (except Notes Admins) . In that case you can share your ID file & password to the user who need access to your calendar .

Note : if you provide your ID file & Password , user will be access your calendar as well as Mails ..
If you go into Preferences and then to Calendars and To Do’s you have the option to give access to your calendar and to do’s without giving access to your mail file.  Pick the users you want to give access

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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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  • sdfsdfsdf333
    but that allows them to see your mail, we just want them to see the calendar.
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  • Stiletto

    This is a common misconception.  Users see documents in someone else's inbox and think they are seeing that person's mail.  In fact, if you look closely, all of the documents whch they can see are calendar-related.

     

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