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problem with sharing calender in oulook on exchange enviroment

Posted on 2008-06-19
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i have exchange 2003 in the company now i see that useres can add to ther outlook calender of other user without any premission what can be the problem?
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Check the permissions/groups that one of the users that can add the calendar without permission.  Go to Active Directory Users and Computers on the exchange server and go to the AD account and open properties.  Go to the Exchange Advanced tab and check the mailbox permissions.  It sounds like users are in groups they should not be.
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