Configuring calendar defaults
Configure default Calendar behavior with the Preferences
Setting calendar time and weekend preferences
Select Time & Weekends from the Preferences
Configure any of the following:
Start of Day
define the beginning of your calendar day
End of Day
define the end of your calendar day
break your calendar into 60, 30, or 15 minute increments
set the time format to 12-hour or 24-hour time
Setting event and calendar preferences
Select Event & Calendar from the Preferences
Configure any of the following options:
define the default duration of new events.
Details Window Persistent
retain the calendar details window that is accessed by clicking on a
calendar event with the
mouse button 3.
show full calendar details when clicking on a calendar event with the
mouse button 3.
select merged calendars. This is typically a holiday calendar, although
you could merge other users' calendars into your own.
Merged calendar events will appear in grey by default.
define the default startup calendar. For example, to see
your own calendar by default, enter your login (userid) in the
``Startup Calendar'' field.
choose your to view your initial calendar in either the Day or Month view.
select/deselect point help on the toolbar icons.
Configuring automatic event notification
To configure Calendar to mail or print your
daily and weekly schedules,
select Notification & Permissions from the Preferences
Select one of the following:
receive daily or weekly schedule by mail
print daily or weekly schedule
Setting calendar permissions
By default, the access
permissions are set to allow all users
(everyone) to have blind view, view, and schedule
access to each individual user's calendar.
Also by default, the permissions only
allow the owner of the calendar full access.
To change the permissions to allow only
certain users or groups of users (aliases)
blind view, view, schedule, or full-access permission on your calendar,
click on the following fields in the Access Permissions window,
and change the permissions as needed.
It is important to consider carefully which
users you allow to have access to your calendar.
Remember that another user cannot schedule an
event for you without schedule access
to your calendar.
Users with blind view permission can look at your calendar and
find out when you have events scheduled,
but they cannot see the details of your events.
Users with view permission on your calendar can look at the
events that you have scheduled.
Users with schedule permission can add events to your calendar.
Users with full-access permission can change and delete
existing events on your calendar.
Setting default calendar printouts
To select or deselect printout options,
select Printing from the Preferences
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003