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How can I add anonymous and default back to the calendar permissions if they have been removed?

Posted on 2010-09-16
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Outlook 2007, Exchange 2010
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Neither of these solutions helped me.  
The first link is regarding public folders and that does not help my problem.
The second suggests PFDAVadmin which I can't use with Exchange 2010.

Does anyone else have ideas?
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then maybe running a repair on the Outlook install could fix that for you.
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running the repair did not fix the issue.
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1. In the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator program, create a mailbox with the display name Anonymous

2. Give the Windows NT Domain users group (or any other group containing all or some of the Outlook users) the Permissions you need Anonymous to have
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