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User cannot modify the company calendar in public folders

Posted on 2008-10-01
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A company I do the IT work for has a Windows 2003 SBS running Exchange 2003. A user there is able to see the company calendar but is not able to edit it. As far as I can tell all the permissions are correct for her to be able to edit and administer this calendar but she still can't. Does anyone have any ideas? I even have her set up to be the owner of the calendar itself.
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Trying granting the permissions on the Public Folder in Exchange (guessing you might have done it in Outlook).
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I have already granted this user full access in the permissions on the public folder. =/
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I didn't run the Delegate control wizard. After I did that, it worked like a charm. Thanks!
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