The purpose of this article is to provide information on how to create a shared calendar and tasks lists within a postoffice that will be accessible by all mailboxes. Postoffices/domains may require a shared calendar or tasks list so that it is accessibile to all users in order to provide a group schedule or an on call roster as example.
NOTE: Sharing is an exclusive feature for Enterprise and Enterprise Premium versions of MailEnable.
Step 1: Create a mailbox within the MailEnable administration console:
Step 2: Configure mailbox "Calendar" and "Tasks" to be shared:
To grant permissions to a mailboxes "Calendar" or "Tasks" list can be achieved by either logging into the web mail client or via the Outlook MAPI connector. This article will cover the web mail procedure method.
For information on how to create a share via the MailEnable MAPI Connector for Microsoft Outlook please review the documentation guide located here: http://www.mailenable.com/MailEnable_Connector_for_Outlook.pdf
Step 3: Connecting to the shared Calendar and Tasks list:
There are various ways this can be achieved and various protocols and clients. The article will cover the MailEnable web mail client and MailEnable MAPI Connector for Microsoft Outlook methods.
Connecting via the MailEnable web mail interface:
Connecting via the MailEnable MAPI Connector for Microsoft Outlook:
This will add an additional folder branch listing the shared resources in the Outlook folder account tree. Navigating to the Outlook "Calendar" page and "Tasks" page will also list the connected shared resource.
|Class:||HOWTO: Product Instructions|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|