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Re: Groups revisited
>> The CS _really_ should keep all the UPNs that are spat out for VCAR
>> comparison, etc. That way, if there is a VCAR on a paricular event
>> in the calendar that has a VCAR that only allows
>> CAPEditors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to read or edit it then Frank should
>> be able to access that entry. Just because Franks "primary" (ugh, for lack
>> of a better description so do not take literally) UPN is
>> Frank_Dawson@xxxxxxxxx does not mean that he has to do nasty things
>> like switching identities to be able to access an entry that does have
>> CAPEditors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on the VCAR. The CS should do
>> this equivalence for him!
> I agree. That's why we also agreed in Boston to remove the IDENTIFY
> command (which somehow still lives in the CAP draft - I will ask the
> editors to remove it) since it's not needed.
I have seen NO meeting notes that suggest this. And I have not seen this topic
discussed on this WG.
IDENTIFY is still in the CAP draft.
How do you act on behaif of someone? That was the purpose of IDENTIFY.
I had said in the past that you set the SEND-BY paramater in the
ORGANIZER property. Is that how you do it?
I understand the text for which you replied, but IDENTIFY had another
purpose. And that was (I am Doug, doing this for Steve).
So are you saying, I login as Doug and get back UPN:Doug and UPN:Steve?
What if I want to access Steve's calendar, whois UPN do I use?
How do I specifiy it at run time?
If I use UPN:Doug then there would be an VCAR that allows UPN:Doug
some access. If I use UPN:Steve then how would it know that I
was not Steve and grant me more permission than Steve wanted?
If I do not use UPN:Steve, then why do I get it back?
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