I have recently started rolling out Office 2007 to replace 2003 installs in my office.
I have found that a user using 2007 wanting to open a Shared Calendar for booking a room resource must be using their mail server account as the primary mail store.
If they are using a pst file instead, the 'open shared folder Calendar' option vanishes.
The room resource calendars resides on our exchange 2007 server (not in a pst file). Whether or not a user is using a local pst file shouldnt make a difference!
Does anyone know of a work around for this problem?
I believe that Microsoft deliberately disabled this feature; something about sharing pst files being a problem.
However we are not trying to do that so there must be a solution that doesn't involve ditching the use of a pst files.
Any ideas would be appreciated!