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Users cannot edit or delete their calendar events after migration

Posted on 2009-12-16
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We just migrated a company to our Hosted Exchange (2007SP2). When they attempt to edit or delete calendar event the get a permission error.

"You do not have the permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user."

This user is the creator of the event.

Any help would be appreciated
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Question by:dynasis
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by:Jon Brelie
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What did you migrate from?

Does this happen with new events?

How was the data migrated?

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by:dynasis
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We migrated them from another hosted exchange company. I'm not 100% sure it was Exchange 07. This does not happen to new events, just the ones that came over from their PST. They were imported via Outlook import using PST's created by the other company.
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by:Jon Brelie
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Hrmm... I've seen weirdness in the past where old AD identifiers act wonky in a new exchange environment.  Especially in migrated NK2 history files, but an exmerge to PST and outlook import should have stripped all of that out.

Who connected and did the import?  The mailbox owner?

If you connect up a PST file, can you edit historic events directly in the PST?
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by:dynasis
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Yes, that is why we stop importing NK2 files. We imported the data from the user's Outlook at the user. Have not tried editing the event in the PST. I will check that out and report back. We are seeing this with other clients also trying to forward old e-mail.
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found the issue. Simply had to go into the Calendar event, click on the organizer and update it. That caused the old organizer to be removed and the new organizer to be entered.
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