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Limit User's access to his own calendar

Posted on 2004-09-08
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I have a few users who I want have only read/create access for their calendars and not allow editing of appointments put on by scheduling agents.

I know I can do this if I make them use a public folder calendar, but can I do it with their personal mailbox calendar on ex2k?
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Question by:jasonphillipstx
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You cannot limit a user's access to their own folders.
By design a mailbox owner has full control over their content.

Simon.
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That is what I figured....

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