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Remove 'Copy' button in Webex calendar

Requesting an option to remove the 'Copy' button in the Webex app Calendar as the participants are able to copy the email addresses of all other participants.
We consider this a privacy breach.

  • Guest
  • Nov 19 2021
  • Future consideration
  • Apr 28, 2022

    Admin response

    Understood on how users are scheduling. We are currently investigating how this will interact with plans we have to change scheduling in the future.

  • Shikha Yadav commented
    24 May, 2022 03:02am

    @pooja, the customer doesnt use outlook, invites are sent via web. This is a court customer.

  • Admin
    Pooja Subramanya commented
    20 May, 2022 06:18am

    Isnt this something that would still be possible if the user went to Outlook and opened up the invite? They would still be able to copy all the email addresses of the invitees.

  • Edward Dolceamore commented
    4 Feb, 2022 05:08am

    The meeting is scheduled in WebEX

  • Zdravko Kamenarov commented
    24 Jan, 2022 03:08am

    The meetings are scheduled via Webex website.

  • Shikha Yadav commented
    20 Jan, 2022 10:25pm

    Similar issue encountered with my customer(Court), they use webex URL to schedule and add all emails. Someone who is on webex app would be able to see all participants in the meeting and copy all their emails, which was the recent security breach. Attaching examples

  • Guest commented
    20 Jan, 2022 09:05pm

    Scheduling is undertaken via WebEx portal (i.e. not Outlook add-in)

  • Les Hart commented
    6 Dec, 2021 07:59am

    This will be a tricky one to implement.

    Would the request be to prevent all people copying the list totally or just people outside the organisation?

    Should it be set at an organisational level or permit the meeting scheduler to decide?

    At the moment, you can’t BCC meeting invitees. I wonder if enabling that would be a simpler approach. I am sure there would be a logical reason as to why that is not possible now, so I am not suggesting that is the answer. Just a thought.

  • Edward Dolceamore commented
    21 Nov, 2021 10:52pm

    Definitely an privacy