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Some Users Unable to Open Shared Calendar

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hi,

I have created an account in Exchange.  Logged in as the user and set up the account in outlook and shared the calendar to a number of users giving them all Owner Permissions.

Some users can open the shared calendar fine but others can't.

For those that it does work i go to open a shared Calendar and enter the name "Env Health" and press ok it adds the calendar.

But for those that it doesn't work, and i click on the names button it displays a list of all the users in the building but it does not display the Env Health user.

Any idea's what the problem is.

Thanks
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by:harris9999
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sometimes when it doesn't work it says:

Unable to display the folder. Cannot open the mailbox for this user because the user does not have a server mailbox.

Any ideas?
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olifarago earned 500 total points
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On the PCs where it is not working try manually downloading the offline address book by:
Selecting the tools menu
Send and Recieve
Download address book

Once this is done try adding the calendar again and see if it makes a difference.

Oli
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Got the problem solved.  
When i clicked on Names it was not dispalyed on the global address list but it was displayed under the All Users drop down menu.

Thanks anyway.
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