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Sun Java System Calendar Server 6 2005Q1 Administration Guide 

List of Procedures

To Run the Directory Preparation Script
To Run in Silent Mode
To Run in Interactive Mode
To Update Your LDAP Directory Manually:
To Run the Configuration Program from the GUI
To Run the Configuration Program from the Command Line
To Perform a Test Dry Run
To Migrate Your Production Data
To Configure Calendar Server for Communications Express
To Configure Calendar Express
To Configure User Calendars
To Configure Resource Calendars
To Disable Autoprovisioning of User Calendars at Login
To Configure Free-Busy Lookup
To Configure Users
To Set User Preferences
To Configure Server Behavior
To Configure Calendar Logging
To Configure WCAP Commands
To Configure Proxy Administrator Logins
To Configure Authentication
To Configure the Authentication Cache
To Enable Checking the Client IP Address at Login
To Configure Administrative Services (csadmind)
To Configure HTTP Services (cshttpd)
To Configure Alarm Notification
To Enable Periodic Checking of Berkeley Databases for Deadlocks
To Use a Memory Based File System for the Session Database
To Configure Anonymous Access to LDAP
To Configure LDAP Attendee Lookup
To Configure LDAP Attendee Lookup Search Filters
To Configure LDAP Resource Lookup
To Configure LDAP Mail-to-Calid Lookup
To Configure Calendar Server for the User Preferences LDAP Directory
To Configure User Preferences
To Enable the LDAP Data Cache
To Enable and Configure the LDAP SDK Cache
To Set the Date Range for Free Busy Searches
To Enable Wildcard LDAP Searches of Calendar Properties
To Set the LDAP Root Suffix
To Configure a Front-End Server for CLD and DWP
To Configure a Back-End Server for CLD and DWP
To Configure Both Front-End and a Back-End Servers on the Same Machine
To Set Up Authentication for DWP Connections
To install and configure a Calendar Server HA configuration
Sun Java Enterprise System Documentation
Sun Cluster Documentation
To create a certificate database
To request and import a certificate from a root Certificate Authority
To Enable Automatic Backups (high-level)
To Set up Transaction Log Files
To Set the Administrator’s Email Address
To Enable Hotbackups
To Enable Archive Backups
How to Disable csstored from Running
Enabling Calendaring for Schema 1
Enabling Calendaring for Schema 2
To Start Calendar Server with start-cal
To Stop Calendar Server with stop-cal
To Enable Hotbackups
To Enable Archive Backups
To Disable Hotbackups
To Disable Archive Backups
Listing Entries in the GSE Queue
Deleting Entries in the GSE Queue
To Configure csmonitor
To Clear the CLD Cache
To Enable Anonymous Access
To Disable Anonymous Users to Write to Public Calendars
To Enable Proxy Authentication without Communications Express
To Add a Hosted Domain (Schema 2)
To Add a Hosted Domain (Schema 1)
To Allow Specific Domains to Perform Cross Domain Searches
To Allow All Domains to Perform Cross Domain Searches
Add the icsDomainNames Attribute
To Enable Hosted Domains
To Disable Hosted Domains
To Create New Users in Schema 2
To Create New Users For Schema 1
To Create New Resources for Schema 2
To Create New Resources for Schema 1
To Add the Required mail Attribute
To Check if the mail Attribute Has Been Set
To Add the Mail Attribute to Existing Schema 1 Users and Resources
To Display User Information
To Disable a User
To Enable a User
To Set Up Email Aliases
To Check if a User is Enabled for Calendaring
To Delete a User
To Reset a User’s Attributes
To Rename a User
To Disable Users from Having Publicly Writable Calendars
To List Resources
To Enable Resources
To Disable Resources
To Delete Resources
To Set up the Messaging Server Bitbucket Channel
To Set up a Sendmail Bitbucket Channel
To List LDAP Entry Attributes
To Add an LDAP Entry Attribute
To Delete an LDAP Entry Attribute
To Modify an LDAP Entry Attribute
To Enable Auto-Provisioning
To Disable Auto-provisioning
To Display Calendars
To Delete a Calendar
To Remove Calendars of Deleted Users
To Remove All Calendars of a User Deleted with csuser
To Remove All Calendars for Users Deleted by commadmin
To Disable or Enable a Calendar
To Modify Calendar Properties
To Remove Properties From a Calendar
To Recover a “Lost” Calendar
To Move a User Calendar to a Different Back-End Server
To Display Resource Calendars and Attributes
To Modify a Resource Calendar
To Disable or Enable a Resource Calendar
To Delete a Resource Calendar
To Move a Resource Calendar to a Different Back-End Server
To List Status for a Database Group
To Check for Calendar Database Corruption
To Rebuild the Calendar Databases (caldb) - No GSE
To Rebuild the Calendar Databases, Including the GSE Database
To Delete a Database Group
To Add a New Time Zone
To Modify an Existing Time Zone
To Configure Instant Messaging Server
To Configure Calendar Server
To Configure Instant Messenger
To Enable Calendar Searches to Look at LDAP
To Improve Search Performance by Indexing
Fixing start-cal Problems
To Stop Child Processes
To Recover After an Improper Shutdown
Can’t Connect to Back-End Server
Can’t Find Calendar
To Determine if Limit Attributes Have Appropriate Values
To Set the Limit Attributes to Appropriate Values
To Access the Berkeley Database Utilities
Detecting and Fixing Database Deadlocks
To Put a Database in Read-only Mode
csadmind Won’t Start or Crashes During Startup
Services Hung, and End Users Can’t Connect–Orphaned Locks
csdb rebuild Never Finishes–Database Looping
To Rebuild a Calendar Database
To Perform the Dump and Load Procedure
To Restore a Hotbackup
To Restore an Archive Backup
To Repair a Custom Backup Script
icsAllowRights Attribute: csdomain Utility
icsExtendedDomainPrefs Attribute: csdomain Utility
Other LDAP Directory Attributes: csdomain Utility
To edit the ics.conf file:

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