I’m using nextcloud 10.5 as a part of my mail-in-a-box package. I have tow account (husband und wife) sharing their calendars to each other. There is a third calendar in the husbands account (“common”) which is also shared to the wife’s account. All shares are set to read/write.
Everything works as expected as long as I access the calendars via the web application (not the primary use case).
All calendars are synced via CalDAV to iOS devices. When accessing shared calenders via the iOS devices there is a reproducable strange behaviour:
a) All entries in the shared calendars can be edited by everyone (with access rights, of course).
b) New entries can only be created by the calendar owner. New calendar entries created by another user are not synced and only appears on the the device, they are created on.
c) Entries can only deleted by the calendar owner. When a user tries to delete a calendar entry in a shared calendar, the entry is removed on his/her device but remains in the calendar on the nextcloud server.
- Create: Every user has to create a calendar entry in his/her calendar and then move it to the shared calendar.
- Delete: Every User has to move the calendar entry to a own calender and the delete it.
Has anyone observed the same behaviour?