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Permissions Problem on Calendars in OUtlook / Exchange 2003

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I have a problem giving permissions on a calendar for outlook 2003.

Two Users (dan and paul) cant access each others calendars.

when dan tries to open paul calendar we get an do not have permission error asking if you want to request permission.

When paul tries to open dan calendar unable to display folder, the information store could not be opened error

Paul has rights as owner on dan calendar, however we cannot gives rights for dan on pauls calendar, when we try this, we can select dan give him owner rights but when we click apply he dissapears from the permissions list.

Any ideas
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by:leehewson
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as an update, Dan can see other calendars and tehy can see his.  This problem is with 3 users in paticular dan cannot see or be seen by paul, becky or janine.  They all get the same problem when trying to add dan in permissions (he dissapears)
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Can you try to delegate the Prmissions from Delegation window in Outlook or go to the properties of Calander and add the user.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Any updates on the issue ?
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Any updates on the issue ?
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