User rights

There are individual authorizations between system users. A user can acquire authorizations for another user in various ways. These authorizations contain both rights to see information about another user and rights to control their phones or to set their presence status.

A user can acquire authorizations for another user in the following ways:

  • Global rights. If an authorization is granted in the global rights it applies for all system users. These rights are configured exclusively by the administrator.
  • Group rights. If an authorization is granted for global rights, it applies for all system users. These rights are configured exclusively by the administrator.
  • User rights. Every user can grant individual rights to themselves to other users. These rights can also be viewed and configured by the administrator.
Rights always apply additively. If the user has acquired a certain right via superior rules this cannot be taken away in subordinate rules.

The following authorizations are available:

Authorization Description
See presence The other user may see the presence status (present, absent…).
Set presence The other user may alter the presence status.
This right should only be set for special trust relationships.
See private appointments The other user may see the appointments marked as private in the calendar.
This right should only be set for special trust relationships.
See public appointments The other user may see the appointments marked as public in the calendar.
See outgoing numbers (primary/secondary line) The other user may see who the user is currently calling with their primary/secondary phone.
This right should only be set for special trust relationships.
See incoming numbers (primary/secondary line) The other user may see who is currently calling the user on their primary/secondary line.
See the number of a set redirection (primary/secondary line) The other user may see to which target number a redirection in the phone is activated.
This right should only be set for special trust relationships.
See call redirection (primary/secondary line). The other user may see that call redirection is activated on the phone.
Pick up calls to the user (primary/secondary line). The other user may pick up incoming calls on the primary/secondary line.
This right should only be set for special trust relationships.

Version 6.0