Deleting Messaging Server, Calendar Server, and Communications Express Users

ProcedureTo Delete Users of Stand-Alone Calendar Server in Non-Hosted Domain Mode

Use this procedure if you are running Calendar Server without hosted domains, and no other Communications Services products are provisioned in the same directory.

  1. Use the csuser disable command to prevent the user from accessing the calendar.

    csuser disable userid

    This command adds the following attribute and value to the user entry:

    icsAllowedServiceAccess: http

    This step disables a user from being able to log in to Calendar Server.


    csuser disable jsmith

    where jsmith is the user ID of the user.

  2. Use the csuser delete command to permanently remove the user entry from the LDAP directory and remove the user's default calendar from the calendar database.

    This command also deletes all secondary calendars owned by the user.

    Before you run this command, be sure that the user has not been provisioned for any applications other than Calendar Server. This step permanently removes the entire user entry from the directory, including all attributes that support applications to which the user has had access.

    csuser delete userid

    Specifies the user ID of the user being deleted.


    csuser delete jsmith