Calendar users, groups, and resources can be administered using one of the following user management tools:
Delegated Administrator Console.
Use this GUI to provision users, groups and resources in LDAP for Calendar Server. For information on using the GUI, see the Delegated Administrator Console online help.
Delegated Administrator Utility (commadmin).
Use these tools to provision users, groups and resources in LDAP for Calendar Server . For detailed instructions, see the Sun Java System Communications Services 6 2005Q4 Delegated Administrator Guide.
Calendar Server utilities.
Use these utilities to manage calendars. In addition, use them for user, group, and resource management if your configuration meets all of the following criteria:
You are not using Access Manager.
You have an earlier version of Calendar Server or Messaging Server installed using Sun LDAP Schema version 1.
You plan to continue using Schema version 1.
See also the command-line utility reference in this guide, Appendix D, Calendar Server Command-Line Utilities Reference.
Delegated Administrator does not manage calendars. To create calendars for users, groups and resources, use the Calendar Server utilities cscal and csresource, or turn on autoprovisioning. With autoprovisioning turned on, the system creates a default calendar under two circumstances: if a user logs in without a default calendar, or a user, group or resource is issued an invitation before the default calendar exists.