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I have two users on an SBS2003 Server using Exchange. User 1 is sharing calendar by allowing User 2 to access. However, it's either not synching, or very slow to update.

I'm was also gettting an error, Event ID 1173, before I reran the CEICW, and will check again to see if it stopped.
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Are both users Outlook Profiles configured to use Cached Exchange Mode and not using .pst files for mailbox storage?

If the Event ID 1173 is to blame, see http://eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=1173&eventno=3448&source=MSExchangeIS%20Mailbox%20Store&phase=1

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Although... this could verywell have something to do with how you had originally set up email per http:Q_22996441.html

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