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Post-Migration Mailbox Permissions and Shared Calendar Issues

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I recently migrated from Ex2003 to Ex2010 SP1 (used Dematzer's excellent article) and am notcing some strange issues on user's machines. All shared calendars are now not accesible and users can't drag and drop emails in to folders in their mailboxes. I imagine this is a permisions issue? Please help.
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Hi,

When a user is transfered from 2003 to 2010 system the "inheritance" checkbox gets unchecked during the move.  This causes a multitude of problems.  Check for this checkbox under the security tab of the user in AD.

Read the following link :
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638157.aspx

Clean Up the Recoverable Items Folder : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff678798.aspx

At the end of the move, you did run: Clear Move Request.

Remove old OST. And force Outlook client to cache and create new ost.
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At the end of the move, you did run: Clear Move Request. - yes

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