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Hi there,

We recently rolled out a new Exchange 2007 Server. Client has over 50 staff.
Everything went smooth except for the painful calendar/tasks permissions.
Before the rollout, staff had an existing Exchange Server. Permissions were set induvidually over each persons calender via Outlook.
Is there a way to set permissions over an induviduals calendar via EMC or Group Policy?
50+ desktops will take some time and I have enough to do already!
I personally haven't ever come across this feature in any version of Exchange or AD, but that isn't to say it can't be done somehow.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers - MG
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Hi,

I would suggest that you use PFDavAdmin. This tool allows you to make bulk MAPI permission changes on public folder AND mailbox folders such as calendars, tasks, etc. It works fine with Exchange 2007.

PFDavAdmin tool (Part 1)
http://www.msexchange.org/articles/PFDavAdmin-tool-Part1.html

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