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Could not read the calendar error when opening shared calendar

Posted on 2007-12-05
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Hi,

I have an Exchange 2003 environment and one user has had her calendar shared out properly to about 5 people.  All of a sudden, all 5 are getting the error "could not read the calendar".  She can view her calendar with no problems.  I have deleted all permission on the calendar and then re-shared the calendar.

Thanks for any ideas,
Bonnie
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Remove the permissions completely and add someone new to the permissions list. Then wait a while. After a while remove that new person and add the others back in again.

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Thanks for your idea but I tried it and it didn't work.  I ended up calling MS and the guy I worked with backed up the calendar to a PST then downloaded and ran MFCMapi from the MS page.  He used this tool to delete the calendar from the users exchange mailbox.  He then started outlook with the resetfolders switch.  This worked.  
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