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Posted on 2006-03-29
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At some point someone had set up meetings to occur on the first friday of every month in the Public outlook calander - I need to change one of the meetings but was under to - I checked my permission on the calander in ESM and everything was fine - I keep getting you dont have permission - Any ideas? I can delete and move other meeting in the calander just not the meetings I am talking about
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Robberbaron (robr) earned 1000 total points
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for SBS2003/Exchange2003, the PFDAdmin tool allows you to change permissions on folders and all items within.
Also views orphaned items i think.

may work for 2000 as well.
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Thanks - that did it
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