Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 2:25 PM (in response to b2013)
Wouldn't that be a setting in the Google calendar, On Google? That other Google account must be set to Read Only from other Google accounts.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2013 3:45 AM (in response to Shootist007)
Many thanks for trying to help. I am afraid nothing works. I still don't know what to do: the Google Calendars page is set under the heading "Calendars I can view and modify" as Calendars with shared edit settings. These show two gmail calendars. No iCal. When I follow instructions to Get started with CalDav I get the same problem every time.
On the Delegation page when I click my gmail account in the sidebar the other account appears as "read only". I cannot edit to allow access to other account.
I can see other account's entries on my iCal Calendar. But I can't edit or add to them. Other account has no access, cannot view or edit my iCal Calendars at all on his gmail account.
When I click on the other account in the sidebar I get message mentioned before: "Cannot enable access to your account ****@gmail was not found" "Search again for the user you want to add by typing their name and selecting one of the resulting choices." Bar below offers "Cancel" or "Search Again" which repeats whole procedure without success.
Would be grateful for help.
Message was edited by: b2013
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2013 9:04 AM (in response to Shootist007)
Thank you very much for pointing me in the direction of Google. It was not only an iCal issue. After many many attempts to solve the problem both with MacBookPro and Google it work: Read & Write appears with new Google account and can be edited on iCal. And iCal appears on the Google account and can be edited. I would be quite incapable of saying how I got there. All I can say is that it works and that's very good.