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Collaboration Services 3.9.1 - User Guide

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Step 6: Select calendar attributes

On the Calendar Details page, specify which appointment attributes should be published and synchronized.

By default, if the Synchronize appointment details check box is cleared, Collaboration Services publishes to other synchronization partners only the time to start and end the appointment.

Select the Synchronize appointment details check box to allow publication of the following additional parameters for each appointment:

Step 7: Apply mappers

Sometimes the publishing or subscribing administrators might want to change the format or appearance of the data they publish or subscribe to. To do that, you can use mappers. A mapper is a plug-in component that changes the appearance of data that you publish or subscribe to. For example, a mapper can be used to set the Active Directory objects' attributes values to those specified in the .ini file.

In this step of the Publish Collection Wizard, you can apply mappers to the published objects.

For more information about what mappers are available, see Appendix A: Customizing the format of synchronized data .

Select the Apply mappers to synchronized objects check box.
To add mappers, click Add. Select the mapper to be applied from the list of Available mappers and click Add. The mapper appears in the Selected mappers list. Repeat these actions to add more mappers if needed.

Step 8: Allow for subscription and synchronization

In this step you can:

Click the Add button.
Check or clear the Allow or Deny check box for a partner in the list.

If you do not want collection members to be involved in synchronization immediately after the collection is published, select the Collection is disabled check box. For details on enabling or disabling collections, see Enabling or disabling a collection .

Step 9: Apply settings

Wait until the collection is created and its settings are saved to the configuration database.

Collaboration Services will notify allowed synchronization partners that the collection is available for subscription. As soon as a collection is published, the administrators of other branch forests who have appropriate permissions will be able to subscribe to the collection.

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