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Sharing option is not available Outlook 2007

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Windows XP, Office 2007, setup as exchange account.  Share my calendar is not an option. The sharing option in properties is grayed out.  No problem sharing other outlook 2007 calendars on this network.
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by:andyd70
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If you right click on the Calendar and choose Properties then Permissions Tab. What permissions are listed ??

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by:max629
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Oops, this client is running outlook 2003, sorry about that. and no permissions tab in properties
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Mestha earned 500 total points
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Is the delivery location set to mailbox or personal folder? Is Outlook online?

Simon.
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by:apache09
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Assuming that Exchange is in fact being used.
You will need to enable the Exchange Client Extensions

GO to Tools>Trust Centre>Add-Ins
At the bottom Change,
Manage : COM Add-ins
to
Manage : Exchange Client Extensions

GO

Place a check in all the available extensions

OK

Close and reopen Outlook

Should now be able to share your Calendar.


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by:max629
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You Rock. The delivery was set to personal folder, changed it to mailbox and all is well. Thank you.
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