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"Unable to display folder. The Calendar folder cannot be found" after calendar has been shared.

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I have a user who has enabled sharing on his calendar and his calendar allegedy can be seen by at least one of our users, but I get an error that says "unable to display the folder..." when I try to view it, and I have a user for whom his calendar was specifically shared, and she also gets this error. How do I troubleshoot that his calendar info is where it should be and available as is should be?
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Go to his calendar on his computer and click the share my calendar option and make certain the permission are set correctly for the users that need access to his calendar.
I just had this problem myself this morning and the permissions were set to none for the user that couldn't access the calendar.
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Thanks!
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