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    Default [SOLVED] Email notifications upon calendar changes?

    Is it possible to get an email every time someone puts something in my calendar? Or changes or deletes something?

    I've shared my calendar with some people, but I sometimes discover something changed, and there is no way to tell who did it or what they changed... (or when)

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    Hi,

    try with the following terminal command:

    zmprov mc [COS-name] zimbraPrefCalendarNotifyDelegatedChanges TRUE

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    Quote Originally Posted by gvillari View Post
    Hi,

    try with the following terminal command:

    zmprov mc [COS-name] zimbraPrefCalendarNotifyDelegatedChanges TRUE
    Wouldn't that command set it for all users? I'd like to just enable this for one user. (me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coax View Post
    Wouldn't that command set it for all users? I'd like to just enable this for one user. (me)
    site:zimbra.com zimbraPrefCalendarNotifyDelegatedChanges - Yahoo! Search Results
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    Hey Bill! Thanks for your update, however I don't understand how those search results can help me answer my question.

    We currently have just one class of service (default), so if I change this attribute, it'll change it for all users, no?

    Would I need to create a new COS just for myself and change the setting in that then?

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    If you looked at the results you'd see that you can set it on a per-account basis.
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    And the answer is:
    zmprov ma uid@domain zimbraPrefCalendarNotifyDelegatedChanges TRUE

    Didn't find it anywhere in those search results, but thanks anyway.

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    A great doc to checkout: /opt/zimbra/conf/attrs/zimbra-attrs.xml (Will show all the provisioning attributes with a brief descriptions, their defaults, and if they can be set on global, server, domain, cos, account or combination of the above.)

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    I know this is an old thread. And I know (with zimbra support) that this is a known bug, but this does not work with outlook. IS there any way we can somehow script this so this works when users add an event from a phone or outlook?

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