How do I create a shared calendar in Webmail?
Webmail allows you to create multiple calendars, which you can share with other accounts within the same domain.
There are two permissions available for sharing calendars.
- Read Only: Allows specified accounts to view calendar information. Editing is not permitted.
- Edit Events: Allows the specified accounts to edit calendar information once they have subscribed.
Note: If you grant Edit Events sharing level across the domain, anyone subscribed to this calendar can make edits to the details – including the delete option.
There is also some flexibility in the types of access granted within a calendar. For example, if you share a calendar with View Only permissions, others can only view the calendar events; however, if you add a specific email account with Edit Events permissions, only this account will have edit permissions for the calendar.
Note: Permissions to edit shared Calendar Events are administered by the owner of the calendar.
How do I subscribe to a shared calendar in Webmail?
Subscribed calendars are calendars that you have access to, which have been shared by other email account owners. If a calendar has been shared with the domain or specifically with you, it will appear in the list of Subscribed Calendars. To ...
How do I sync my booking platform with my personal or business calendar?
Follow these steps to sync with your personal or business calendar. Once you sync your calendar (iCloud, Google Cal, Outlook, etc.), all of your appointments will block times in our calendar to prevent double booking. If you elect to 2-way sync ...
How do I create an event in Webmail?
Overview The Calendar section allows you to schedule meetings, appointments, and other events, providing a convenient means of tracking important events that require your attention. Webmail supports multiple calendars that display on the same daily, ...
How do I share a calendar in Webmail?
Any calendar that you create can be shared with other users in your domain. Users who share your domain includes anyone whose email address after the "@" symbol is the same as yours. For example, if your email address is "email@example.com", ...
How do I view my calendar in Webmail?
The Secondary Menu displays the current month’s calendar, as well as a list of created calendars and shared calendars that you have subscribed to.