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In my office we use Outlook 98 with an Exchange 5.5 Server. I want to stop one user from adding or deleting item in his diary(his diary is maintained by someone with permission to add and delete items and she does not want him to make changes to the diary himself). I have tried changing the permissions on the diary to stop him making changes to his diary but this does not work and he is still able to add and delete items. Can anyone advise how I can do this? Thanks
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You need to give her the diary and give him only reviewer access to it.  If it belongs to him he will have full access.
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