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    jrefl5 is offline Advanced Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Access Share Calendar of LOCKED user

    We have a User Account That created a Shared Calendar that is accessed by many other Users.
    Problem is the User that created the account las left and when we LOCK the account the other users that should have access to the Calendar can't access it.
    I have as a work around UNLOCKED the initial user and reset his password, but we would like to lock the account.
    Is there a way to change the Owner of a Shared Calendar to a long term account say wiki?


    Thanks

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    After some additional searching I found a set of steps the following is my updated version.

    Code:
    #In this example we will export a calendar called "Client Enforcement calendar" from one user to 
    # another user and name it "Client Enforcement" in the destination account.
    #
    #
    #    * Export the calendar "Client Enforcement calendar" from user DepartingUser: 
    #
    # Source/Destination may be of the form
    #   https://SPCC Email Server/home/accountname/IT%20Vacation-Leave
    #
    curl [-k] -u admin-user 'https://ServerName:7071/home/DepartingUser/Client%20Enforcement%20calendar?fmt=ics' > ClientEnforcement.ics
    #
    # I needed the k option due to a Cirts issues.
    #
    #
    #
    #    * Adjust all the meeting organizer addresses. If you don't do this, the destination user will see the appointments, but can not edit them. 
    cat ClientEnforcement.ics | sed 's/DepartingUser@/NewOwner@/g' > ClientEnforcement-Dest.ics
    #
    #
    #
    #    * Create empty calendar in destination user account. 
    su - zimbra -c 'zmmailbox -z -m NewOwner createFolder --view appointment /ClientEnforcement'
    #
    #
    #
    #    * Import modified ical data into new calendar. 
    curl [-k] -u "admin" --data-binary @ClientEnforcement-Dest.ics 'https://ServerName:7071/home/NewOwner/ClientEnforcement?fmt=ics'
    #
    # Have new "Owner" re-send the Share to those that should have access.
    #
    # Note I have setup a non owned share by creating a Resource for calendars that should not be owned by a person 
    # as of now it appears to work
    The use of a Resource as the Owner mitigates the need if the next person to be the "Owner" should leave.

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