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Calendar rights wont delegate in Outlook with Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-04-07
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We have set the permissions to allow editor rights but they still get the "cannot display" message when they try to view the calendar.
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What is the version of the outlook you are using?

While delegating do we have the mailbox delegated been enabled on the calender.
And then the delegation has to be assigned using the delegation in the Option menu.

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x-sam
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by:critona
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I will check that.. Wew are using Outlook 2003

 Is there a way to force replication in SBS 2008?

Thank you
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Forcing replication for a single domain controller makes no sense, since in an SBS domain you can have only one domain controller.

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x-sam
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