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Exchange 2007 Shared Calendar out of sync

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We have multiple users that are accessing a shared calendar that all users have full managed access rights to, via the exchange console.

When meeting invites are sent to users from either their own account, adding the shared calendar as an invited individual, there are some outlook clients that are not seeing the meeting invite within Outlook 2010 even though obviously the item has been added to all calendars. It just seems as though the shared calendar in outlook isn't updating. This is only happening on some net new items, not all.

A removal and addition of the shared calendar was done, no change.

You can see the item in some users outlook in the shared calendar, others don't have it, it doesn't show up, although if you go through OWA, it's there. Must be an issue with the outlook 2010 client not updating.

Any ideas?
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e_aravind earned 2000 total points
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Can you check

Turn on or off Cached Exchange Mode
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/turn-on-or-off-cached-exchange-mode-HP001232935.aspx

In addition to your Exchange folders, Cached Exchange Mode works with shared folders. Examples of shared folders include another person's Exchange folders when you are using Delegate Access, or SharePoint folders. To turn on or off shared folder support when using Cached Exchange Mode, after step 2 in the above procedure, click More Settings, and then on the Advanced tab, select or clear the Download shared folders (excludes mail folders) check box
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Thanks for the tip.
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