I have created a calendar folder and I have granted a user - Administrative rights - All (explicitly granted to the folder) and Client permissions - owner. There are no deny permissions (that I can see). I know that this is over kill but I still can get this to work.
I can create additional calendars below the "base" calendar but this user can not. My Account is a full exchange admin. I am running Outlook 2003 she is running Outlook 2000.
The server is Exchange 2003 SP2.
I am kinda stumped on why she can not create folders below the existing folder.
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