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I am in the process of migrating my users to our new E2K3 box.  Currently we have some test users on the box and are in the middle of transferring the roles.  One thing I have noticed is that the users who are on the new server cannot access other users on the new server’s calendar without setting up delegate rights.  Users on E2K also cannot access users calendar who are on the new E2k3 box.  However, users who are on the new box can access users on the old box with out the use of delegate rights.  How can I setup my E2k3 box so that users do not need to set up delegate rights all the time?  The way our current E2k box is setup allows it somehow so that anybody can view/read anybody else’s calendar by just going to open other user’s calendar.

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The behaviour you are seeing on the new box is the default behaviour.
The behaviour on the old box is not normal. Can the users open other folders in other people's mailboxes? I suspect that some kind of server based hack has been made to give all users access to mailboxes.

If you want to restrict access to the Calendar folder only, then that needs to be set at the client level.
However with the user of some tools, you can make the change in bulk from a workstation.
http://www.amset.info/exchange/folderpermissions.asp

Simon.
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