Java System Calendar Server connector
enables you to use
Email and Calendar as a client
Java System Calendar Server. You can access
one or more accounts on
Calendar Server, send and
receive invitations to meetings, and share calendar access with other people
in your organization. The server is designed to work with LDAP directory servers
and POP or IMAP email servers, which you can configure separately.
Calendar Server accounts are distinct from
email or directory server accounts, and have their own section in the Settings dialog.
Calendar Server accounts
and folders differ from other
Email and Calendar
folders in the following ways:
Calendar Server account always
has at least three folders: Personal Calendar, Personal Tasks, and Personal Invitations.
You cannot delete these three folders. To delete other folders that you create,
right-click on the folder then select Delete from
the popup menu.
Calendar Server does not support
nested folders more than one level deep. Each folder that you create or open
exists on the same level as all other folders. Each folder that you create
automatically contains three subfolders: Calendar, Tasks, and Invitations.
As with individual mail accounts, each
Server account is displayed as a top-level folder in the folder
pane. You can drag one or more folders to the shortcuts bar to create shortcuts,
but no shortcuts are created automatically. To display the folder pane, choose View -> Folder Bar
from the main
Email and Calendar window.
Calendar Server folder has
two types of ownership: primary ownership and normal ownership. If you create
a folder, you are the primary owner and have all of the access permissions
for the folder. You can also add others to the list of owners for that folder.
You can set different access levels for the other owners. For more information,
see Setting Access Permissions for Folders.