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Outlook 2003, Exchg 5.5: Unable to open the free/busy information.

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New Outlook 2003 install, Exchange 5.5 Server.
On trying to print from another users calendar get following Msg:

"Unable to open the free/busy information. You do not have permission to create a subfolder in this folder."

Now, I have full ownership permissions over the other mailbox and calendar, this used to work on Outlook 2000 which we have just upgraded.
Any assistance gratefully received need to get this working for Monday morning urgent.

I am cross posting this in Outlook area too.

Thanks

Mark
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Hey Mark, did you go in to Outlook and verify that the delegation was still there? That may not be the issue, but I'm checking....there are other issues with upgrades from O2000 to 2003, in regards to the TCP IP stack bindings. Most likely this is very simple to fix...

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Yep that did it,
In delegation:
All other permissions were as expected but Calendar was "Custom" setting this to editor resolved the issue,

Thanks

Mark
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No problem, Mark, enjoy your Sunday now :)

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