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Delegate changes in Outlook 2003 owners calendar not reflecting change

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We have a user who's delegate made a change in their Office 2003 Calendar (via the Shared Calendar link) for a recurring appointment. The change was reflected in the Outlook calendar of the person invited to the meeting, but it wasn't reflected on the owner's Outlook Calendar. They are running Office 2003 SP2 and the delegate has write access to the owner's calendar.
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So the appointment is updated on the appointee's calendar and the owner's web based calendar (which is directly connected to our exchange server), but not on the owner's personal Outlook Calendar. Could this be a result of Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2003?
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Cached Exchange Mode could be the culprit in this case.

A good rule of thumb is, dont use it unless you absolutely have to.
Especially if the users are not using a laptop or a pc that removed from the office.

First thing I would do is upgrade to SP3. There are So many Issues fixed in SP3
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=E25B7049-3E13-433B-B9D2-5E3C1132F206&displaylang=en

Then try turning off cached exchange mode, on both the users PCs.

Then try Again

Also check when the user is changing the Appointment in their calendar, that they are sending an Update to all attendees.
If they are not, the others calendars will not be updated eigther

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