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sharing a calender and not recieving meeting request on outlook 2003

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have a problem with outlook 2003 where I share a user's calendar with another user and when that user accepts a meeting request the other user is not recieving the meeting notices.
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If you want the other user to get meeting notices then you need to use delegates, not sharing. Sharing just allows another person access to the folder, nothing else.

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