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Viewing others Calendars

Posted on 1998-11-18
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One user (1), who has granted editor permissions, to another user(2) on the Calendar makes changes to his Calendar.  When the user(2) goes to view these changes, they only see the color associated with appointment. If user (2) makes changes to user(1)'s Calendar, then these changes are viewable on both sides. I tested the access of user (1) by giving permission to another user (user (3)) to edit user(1)'s calendar.  Again, the same problem.  User (3) can only see the color associated with user (1)'s appointment, but not the actual text. How can I fix this?
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1. Verify users all have rights to each others folders (calendar)
2. Have user 1 create a new appoint.
3. Before saving and closing, choose FILE, PROPERTIES
4. Verify SENSITIVITY is set to NORMAL, not private, etc.
5. Have user 2 open user 1's calendar, user 2 should be able to read appoint. info.

It is definately a permission issue.

Hope it helps,

wjc3
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The problem was the sensitivity setting.  Thanks for your tip. By the way, do you know a good resource for learning more about troubleshooting beside the Resource guides/Technet/Microsoft Online database?  I am trying to learn more and I can't help but think that there must be a better way.
Thanks
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