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Battling with Exchange calendar sharing

Ive got 8 users on a SBS server 2003, running exchange 2003, in the past i got it right to share 2 clients calendars, recently they couldnt see each other's calendars any more and when i try to set up the calendar sharing (Outlook 2007) again i get the following error msg: Calendar settings is not available with the following entries because of permission settings on your network..... do you want to send a copy via email instead.

I have checked the permissions and made every one full access, ive checked in my users-addresses in exchange manager so that the tick box that says : Automatically update email addresses based on recipient policy"

Any help would be greatly appreciated..thx experts!!
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How did you grant the permission to other users, from the Properties of the calendar or share it in the invitation? Please check which permissions stay in the Properties of calendar by default

2.       Check if DACL status is GOOD on your calendar by using PFDavAdmin

a.       Launch tool on client [Install NET Framework 1.1 at first]

b.      File menu->connect->select mailbox to connect->OK

c.       Right-click your mailbox->Folder permissions

d.      Check the DACL state on the right-up corner

3.       Check if automatically update e-mail addresses based on e-mail address policy option is checked

a.       EMC->Recipient Configuration->Mailbox, go to the Properties of your mailbox

b.      E-Mail Address tab, check the option

4.       Please recreate your mail profile on another test PC, see if you can reproduce the issue. in this way, we can isolate the issue to server or client side
b1tch455Author Commented:
hey thanks for responding....

b1tch455Author Commented:
will give it a try now
b1tch455Author Commented:
1. I ve set my persmissions from the Properties of the calendar,
2. i used the tool and all mailbox DACL statusses registers as GOOD
3. Done this already :"Check if automatically update e-mail addresses based on e-mail address policy option is checked"

4 last option to try is to get a test pc that i can recreate a profile on that pc. but whould it be necessary to do so if all my clients are experiencing the same problem???? I'll do it in any way

b1tch455Author Commented:
well to tell you the truth i dont really know what helped/fixed issue,I tried the whole of last week at my client to set this up, to no avail, upon posting here today i went out to them again and viola it works.....dont know if has anything to do with the above mentioned steps(after which i saw that all settings are correct) or maybe just a simply server restart... anyway i can recommend answer from greesh hem,if there was any problem that probably wouldive helped alot.  THX MAN
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