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    hi guys..
    Can anyone tell me what is function of WebDav in OX...
    Is it necessary to have WebDav to share resources in OX.. ??
    I'm right now using OX downloaded from current CVS ....on Debian...
    We're using MTA as Cyrus-Postfix with MySql.

  • #2
    It is not necessary, it is just one of the interfaces you can access the OX-Server (like HTTP/AJAX-Interface or Outlook). Just take a look at the architecture overview here:

    http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...ecture_Diagram

    Markus
    Markus Wagner
    Open-Xchange Quality Assurance

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    • #3
      Ok..
      i'm asking becoz i'm not able to share OX resources through OX GUI
      can u tell me steps again to share , say, contacts folder, b/w 2 users A and B.

      waiting .....


      Originally posted by Markus Wagner View Post
      It is not necessary, it is just one of the interfaces you can access the OX-Server (like HTTP/AJAX-Interface or Outlook). Just take a look at the architecture overview here:

      http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...ecture_Diagram

      Markus

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      • #4
        As Martin Braun posted 3 Days ago. You just select 2 users in step 5!!!

        1. Login as User A, the user who wants to share his folder
        2. Do a right-mouse button click to a contact folder
        3. Select "Properties" from the context menu
        4. Click the "Rights" tab
        5. Click "Add user" at the panel and select User B and C.
        6. Click Save
        Markus Wagner
        Open-Xchange Quality Assurance

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        • #5
          Again, same result as earlier...
          1) When i click save button and again go back to Rights tab, it doesn't show
          saved users again..
          2) when i login as user B/C , it doesn't display any folder ..

          Now what ??


          Originally posted by Markus Wagner View Post
          As Martin Braun posted 3 Days ago. You just select 2 users in step 5!!!

          1. Login as User A, the user who wants to share his folder
          2. Do a right-mouse button click to a contact folder
          3. Select "Properties" from the context menu
          4. Click the "Rights" tab
          5. Click "Add user" at the panel and select User B and C.
          6. Click Save

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          • #6
            I'm sorry. I've tested it on several system, it is working properly!!!
            Markus Wagner
            Open-Xchange Quality Assurance

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            • #7
              now its showing folder A in Shared Folder of user B/C but not able to
              share any info ...
              is there any issue related to granting permissions ??


              Originally posted by Markus Wagner View Post
              I'm sorry. I've tested it on several system, it is working properly!!!

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              • #8
                what do you meen with "but not able to share any info ..."???
                Markus Wagner
                Open-Xchange Quality Assurance

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                • #9
                  If the users B and C should be able to create objects in the shared folder, you must set the "folder rights" in the rights tab to "create objects"!!!
                  Markus Wagner
                  Open-Xchange Quality Assurance

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                  • #10
                    I mean to say that , it's behaving pretty differently.
                    Now that i've restarted my server, It's not even showing any Folders in Shared Folder
                    of neither user B/C.
                    I've already given permission to users B and C for sharing contacts of A.


                    Originally posted by Markus Wagner View Post
                    If the users B and C should be able to create objects in the shared folder, you must set the "folder rights" in the rights tab to "create objects"!!!

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