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Weird behavier pubic calendar

Posted on 2010-11-22
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Dear experts

We got exchange 2010, windows 2008 r2.

Just now I noticed a weird behavier in Public Folder, Calendar folder, that we are sending the meeting invitation from the public calendar, I know that Microsoft didnt support that in exchange 2010, but it still works for us, we are using outlook to help us with that, when we book a meeting we click on new in public folder calendar folder and addin information and in there, and in the TO box we addin mails of persons that we want to invite, and after clicking on send, it sends out meeting request, no problem there, the problem occured when meeting change date and we wanted to update that meeting in public calendar, then weird things start to happen, after hiting send the update, it canceled that meeting but didnt appear on the new date.

Anyone know if this is fixable?

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Is the person that updates the meeting information the same as the person that created the meeting request in the first place ?
If that person an owner of the PF ?
Does it hev SendAs permission on the folder ?
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How to i check sendas permission to public folder?
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From the exchange management console , you go to the Toolbox , then you have the Public Folder Management Console. You can use that to manage your public folders.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298031.aspx
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