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====Problem====
 
====Problem====
 
By default, free/busy lookup is enabled for the user's calendars.  
 
By default, free/busy lookup is enabled for the user's calendars.  
 
   
 
   
Allow only a few users or a group of users to view free/busy and schedule meetings with a calendar resource.
 
 
  
 
====Solution====
 
====Solution====

Latest revision as of 01:00, 19 August 2021

Disable free/busy reporting for a calendar


   KB 24341        Last updated on 2021-08-19  




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Problem

By default, free/busy lookup is enabled for the user's calendars.


Solution

From the webclient

Right-click on the calendar and select "Exclude this calendar when reporting free/busy".

Exclude FreeBusy.PNG


From the CLI
Step 1

Check folder list to get calendar name.

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM gaf 


Step 2

Disable free/busy lookup for the calendar.

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM mfefb /CALENDAR-NAME 0  

Example:-

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM mfefb /MyCalendar 0  


modifyFolderExcludeFreeBusy(mfefb) {folder-path} [0|1*]  
0 = False
1 = True


Submitted by: Heera Singh Koranga
Verified Against: Date Created:
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Disable_FreeBusy_reporting_for_a_calendar Date Modified: 2021-08-19



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