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i have shared a calerndar in outlook 2003 and the default and anonymous permissons are set to None.

I have added a colleague with rights to access the calendar but want them to be able to only view the entries in the calendar and gave them Reviewer rights. This grants permissons to READ ITEMS and FOLDER VISIBLE only. The edit items and delete items both set to NONE.

However when I have created an entry in the calendar, the other user is able to see and either make changes to it or delete it. they can also create, amend and delete other items in the calendar.

Which level do I need to set them to only be able to VIEW the entries in the calendar?

Thanks.
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Anonymous permissions are for those who do not authenticate in the network.  Default is the permissions given to new users when you add them to the account.

If they are still able to modify events, you may want to ask the administrators to check your account permissions, and your mailbox permissions.  They should also verify group membership.

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I AM the administrator,
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Two places to verify permissions : security on the account and mailbox permissions.
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