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Posted on 2008-06-25
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I sent a calendar sharing invitation to 4 users on my domain.
mail server is exchange 2007.
All are using outlook 2007.

3 of the users received the invitation, cicked on "Open this calendar"
and it opened no prob and they have access etc.

1 user received the email invitation, cicked on "Open this calendar"
but gets the error - "The folder you selected is not available"

All the users are on the same email server.
I got another user to send a calendar sharing invitation to this user but got the same error
error - "The folder you selected is not available".

Why can't this user open calendars?


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karampelas earned 2000 total points
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It is obvious something to do with the security settings. Are you sure the users has the right privileges to access this calendar? Check his user settings to find what is wrong.
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I will be able to check the users permissions on Tuesday to see if there is a problem there.
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by:ryanrod
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Set permission to allow access for user in "change sharing permissions" for calendar.
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by:Meekay
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I'm having the same problem.  I verified the permissions on the Calendar and they are correct.  This problem only appears with a custom Calendar, not the default.  I noticed that when I share my default Calendar, the e-mail includes an option to "Allow recipients to view your Calendar", however, when you share a custom Calendar that option does not appear.  It makes no sense for that option not to be there, so I can only conclude that it's a bug.

Anybody have any thoughts on it?
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