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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002702||SOGo||Backend Address Book||public||2014-04-06 15:38||2014-11-11 12:35|
|Platform||[Server] Linux||OS||RHEL/CentOS||OS Version||6|
|Summary||0002702: Invites in shared calendar are sent from the resource user|
If a calendar is shared via a dedicated resource user in sogo (either via the webinterface or with evolution as a caldav client), the sender of this invitation is the resource user, and not the user creating the event. This is annoying, as the creating user does not receive any feedback.
|Steps To Reproduce|
Create a resource user and an active user. Create a calendar with the resource user. Share this calendar r/w to the active user. Create an event and send out event invitations.
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I think, that is correct behaviour.
Which resource? We have created a dedicated resource user for a shared calender, so the shared calender is not held by somebody who may leave the organization. Creating events twice, once in the shared and once in the private calendar is also not directly how this should work.
Here is a usecase, were this is problematic:
The same holds basically for every workflow with a shared calendar.
Sorry, I didn't get your use case.
What you mean is a non person account.
Delegating mail to a single user is also not an option, as again multiple users are concerned, which do not necessarily have access to all calendars hold by the non-person account.
Is there really no way to send out invites as the person who created the meeting/event, and not as the owner of the shared calendar?
AFAIK there is no such option.
But you always can see who acceptetd, by checking the event itself on a regular basis.
Would it be possible to implement such a thing as feature request? i.e. make it configurable, from whom the invites are send, either the calendar owner or the creator of an event?
We would definitely vote for implementation of such a feature.
We just migrated from an old Horde to SOGo and it's really annoying for our company not to have the creator of the event as the originator of the invitation.
We also use a non-person account ("office" in our case) which holds several shared calendars (for meetings, business trips, vacation, etc.) where our company members need to create events with invitations to internal as well as external persons and they need to receive the replies to the mail directly. Asking them to check the office inbox in addition would be a major annoyance and also not all that can write to the office calendars are (supposed to be) allowed to access the office inbox.
|2014-04-06 15:38||ichdasich||New Issue|
|2014-04-07 08:41||Christian Mack||Note Added: 0006835|
|2014-04-07 10:09||ichdasich||Note Added: 0006837|
|2014-04-07 12:01||Christian Mack||Note Added: 0006838|
|2014-04-07 12:05||ichdasich||Note Added: 0006839|
|2014-04-07 12:37||Christian Mack||Note Added: 0006840|
|2014-04-07 12:52||ichdasich||Note Added: 0006841|
|2014-07-15 08:06||Niels Boehm||Note Added: 0007325|
|2014-07-21 09:53||Christian Mack||Relationship added||related to 0002863|
|2014-11-11 12:35||ludovic||Severity||major => feature|