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Outlook 2010 causing problems with Exchange Server 2003

Posted on 2010-11-16
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We are using a hosted Exchange service.  Our primary interest is shared calendars across 2 locations.  All was well until we upgraded one location to Outlook 2010 from 2003.  Now appointments which are dragged and dropped to another time will snap back to where they were after a few seconds (along with several other anomalies).  This happens even if only 1 location has Outlook up and running.  We upgraded the other location also, but that didn't help.  Has anyone noticed incompatibilities in this regard?
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are you sure the backend is 2003? there is a calendar behavior change with exchange 2007/2010 where an attendee cannot change the time of a meeting they are not the organizer for
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by:lgottlieb45
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Best information now is that hosting company (Intermedia) had some kind of bug going.  We upgraded to Exchange 2010 and the problem went away.
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lgottlieb45 earned 0 total points
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Can anyone help me close this question?  Please note my last comment - the problem was not solved but rather eliminated when the hosting company upgraded us.  Thanks!
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by:lgottlieb45
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As I indicated in my last comment, the problem went away when the Exchange hosting company upgraded our account from 2003 to 2010.
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