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Can not see event created in the public calander by one of the users.

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We can not see event created in the public calander created by only of the users? He can't also see some events by other users? We are runing exchange 07 with outlook 2007.
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How many servers do you have?  If you have more than one, are both users in the same information store?  And pointing to the same public folder store?  If not, you may need to look at your replication schedule, or point everybody to the same store.
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Found out that the problem was at the user end. We had moved to using resources for our rooms and They were still using public calendars after using the room's calender to book the event. Thank you
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