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    Default [SOLVED] zmmailbox createmountpoint calendar is not enabled

    Hi

    I am working on a script to add users, which gives them all the shared calendars / documents etc that they will need. I am getting stuck on the calendar though, as when I add a sharedddd calendar, it is mounted but not "ticked" in the users gui:

    zmmailbox -z -m user cm --view appointment /Somecal admin /Somecal

    Now Somecal shows in the users Calendar tab, but not enabled. I see that cm has a "flags" option - I guess the enabled flag is there somehow, can anyone help?

    Thanks,

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    i thought i had this in a script somewhere but i can't seem to find it, if my memory serves me correctly you just need to add

    -F #

    try that

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    Thanks bdial, just needed the space removed:

    zmmailbox -z -m user cm --view appointment -F# /Mountpoint sharinguser /SharinguserFoldername

    added it enabled

    Zmmailbox - Zimbra :: Wiki updated.

    Thanks again.

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