Exchange Calendar Sharing Dilemma

We have a SBS mailbox system.   Paula is the scheduler for a worker in the field.  She adds items to a calendar in her mailbox that he has share rights to .    She made him an appointment.   He went and got a bad review from customer.  Paula typed in review and worker was caught editing the entry to be less harsh.

We want to limit worker's ability to edit entries made by Paula.  This is simply making him read only for the calendar.   This is not what we want exactly though.   We want him to be able to edit anything he enters personally.  

How do you make entries made by individual persons, read only, or full access , etc.  ???
bhamguy3131Asked:
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MikealclCommented:
In the permissions of the calendar you should be able to take away the 'edit all' option.  I believe he will only be able to edit items he created then.  Make sure you check 'edit own' because it will disabled by default when you remove 'edit all'.
univision-computersCommented:
Yes that's right - it is easiest to change the permissions from within the "properties" of Paula's calendar.  Make sure that "everyone" group is not allowed globally but that you specify on his account specifically with the right permissions.
bhamguy3131Author Commented:
so specifically what checks do you want me to make  ??  Did you check this on an exchange mailbox you have there  ?
MikealclCommented:
I did it as a public folder.  
You want edit own enabled, and edit all disabled.  
univision-computersCommented:
Here is what it should look like.  I thought I checked the box but I guess not.  i have it circled in red.

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