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Adding network public calendar to favorites

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corporate using exchange 2003, some clients (2-3 out of 200) experience an issue where they browse to a shared calendar in public folders in outlook 2007 and cannot add to favorites (where you click calendar and theirs along with the ones they want added show up)

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I've seen this issue a few times and have only been able to resolve it by recreating the user's mail profile.  To check this I would create that user's profile on another machine and see if it works first.
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