Log in as an administrator with permission to change the configuration.
Stop Calendar Server services by issuing the stop-cal.
Change to the /etc/opt/SUNWics5/cal/config directory.
Save your old ics.conf file by copying and renaming it.
Edit one or more of the parameters as shown in the following table:
Specifies the default access control permissions used when a user creates a calendar. The format is specified by a semicolon-separated list of access control entry (ACE) argument strings. The default is:
Specifies the default access control settings for owners of a calendar. The default is: "@@o^a^rsf^g;@@o^c^wdeic^g"
Specifies whether a user's default calendar is included in user's free/busy calendar list. The default is “yes”.
Specifies whether a user's default calendar can be removed from user's free/busy calendar list. The default is “no”.
Specifies a URL to use to search for a calendar in a different database. This is only used while migrating calendar databases. During the time that calendars are split between two different databases, you can specify a URL other than the current Calendar Server database. The system searches the Calendar Server calendar database first and if it can’t find the user, checks to see if the redirect URL is available. This feature can be turned off by passing in the noredirect parameter set to 1 with the get_freebusy command.
Specifies whether a user's default calendar is included in the user's subscribed calendar list. The default is “yes”.
If "yes", default user calendars are initially set to public read/private write. If no, default user calendars are initially set to private read/private write. The default is “no”.
Determines if a user calendar can have more than one event scheduled for the same time period:
"no" prevents double booking.
"yes" allows double booking, and is the default.
This parameter is used only when a user calendar is created. Thereafter, Calendar Server checks the calendar properties file (ics50calprops.db) to determine if double booking is allowed.
To change the value of the double booking calendar property, use cscal with the -k option.
Determines if user calendar should be auto-created if the user receives an invitation but has no default calendar. The default is the enable this option ("yes").
Save the file as ics.conf.
Restart Calendar Server.