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The connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable ONLY when trying to open shared calendars

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We have just upgraded a client to Office 2003 and now she is unable to view most of the other users' calendars. She can see 1 of them, but now when you click on Open A Shared Calendar, it says that the Exchange Server is unavailable, which it patently is. She is definitely Connected and her emails are working fine. We have tried this on another PC and get the same result. She has also definitely been given editor access to the other calendars.

She is running Windows XP Pro on a SBS2003 network. HELP !
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I have resolved this, I removed Business Contact Manager and that did the trick on all the machines!
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