Unable to make changes to calenders entries invited / setup by someone else in OWA.

I am Unable to make changes to calenders entries invited / setup by someone else in OWA. I am however able to do it using outlook, or mobile devices, Just not OWA. Is there a fix for that?
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Julian123Commented:
OWA does not allow you to access someone's calendar in the same way that outlook does.  Outlook allow you to create "delegate access" permission to give you access to a specific part of someone's mailbox that his the inbox, calendar, etc.. Even if you create these permissions with outlook, OWA cannot make use of them in the same way.  The only way you can use OWA to access someone else's mailbox if it to give you full mailbox access, which means you can view all items in their mailbox and do everything except send mail has them. If you do want to grant full access permissions, you can do this using active directory users and computers.
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Square1Author Commented:
I am actually trying to to add/edit the Body of the existing calendar entry in OWA. I make edits that i created my self, but if i try to change the same part of the calendar entry that someone else invited me to (and already has been accepted) e.g. to remind me of something about the meeting, i am unabe to do so using OWA. However i ca use outlook, or treo, or iphone (setup with my exchange account) and make the same modifications. Hoefully this clears up a little as to what i am trying to do.
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