You can configure an unlimited number of individual groups that consist of Exchange distribution lists and individual users. The members of these groups are the users whose calendars will be displayed by the AgendaX web application. Users that are not part of any group will not be scanned and therefore will not be available in the AgendaX views. The groups you define in the AgendaX Configuration are Administrator defined groups and will be available to all AgendaX users. If you do not want to make all Administrator defined groups available to all users, you can enable the “Group membership required to view group” feature to only display groups that the currently logged-in AgendaX user is a member of.
You can also setup different installations of AgendaX to separate groups of users, if they are not allowed to see each other’s data. Separate installations can be secured with NTFS or virtual directory permissions.
Each AgendaX user also has the possibility to define up to 9 personal groups that are only available to him / her. Personal groups are defined in the AgendaX web interface.