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Outlook 2003 calendar items cannot be move from shared calendar.

Posted on 2006-07-11
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I have a client that use Outlook 2003 on a Win XP Pro system up till now was able to move calendar item with a mouse between shared calendar and his own calendar. Now when he tries to drag a calendar item there is a circle with a slash thru it and it will not allow him to copy the calendar item any where using a mouse. I've tried login in on another system and create a new profile on it and still the same problem. All of the other users connected to the shared calendar are able to move calendar items. This has to be on the Exchange 2003 because login on a different PC had the same problem.

Is there a way to reset permissions on the shared calendar or will i need to delete and recreate a new calendar?
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by:AndreDekolta
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Hello  milton-lee!

Remove and recreate his access to the shared calendar.

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Andre...
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I've remove and recreated the users access and still won't work. I've also create a new calendar share and added the user to it and still cannot mouse drag calendar items. Looks to me that the shared user exchange might have to delete and recreate the user exchange mailbox.
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Ok I've figured it out after deleting the shared exchange user mailbox and recreating it. It was the person outlook custumize view that was the cuplrite. After reseting the view the calendar items can now be move with a mouse. All that troubleshooting and it was a simple reset custumize view.

You may close this question, I've solved it.
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