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Exchange and Smartphone calendaring

Hello, Here is the problem. I have a client that is running MS SBS server 2003 sp2 with exchange running. last week 4 of 6 phone's calendar were zapped, blanked out, no events listed. The other two continue to work correctly. What we have been able to figure out is that any creatations, changes, or modifies done on outlook's calendar are not transferred to the phone. any changes made on the phone are reflected in outlook as normal. I have a single report of an alert of a non transfered event still sounding on the phone. Emails, and contacts continue normally. I have two iphones (one working still), one blackberry, two treos, and one htc(still working).

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Paul
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DTAHARLEVCommented:
Permissions: do the service accounts have full control (when "show advanced features" is selected)? Also, are any of the problematic users members of domain admins, enterprise admins or such?
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pbratlndAuthor Commented:
Thanks for pointing out something I had missed. an untrained admin went in and changed permissions without telling anyone and didn't admit to the changes until it was placed in front of him.
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DTAHARLEVCommented:
Yeah, this started in (I think) SP2. It was a real mess for us, as all of our administrators' blackberries stopped working after a while, and we actually had to create a new account for each one called username_admin that they'll use as their administrator account. good luck.
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