Outlook Permissions

Again I have a problem with an Outlook 2003 user.  Their calendar is shared with their secretary (running Outlook 2010) and a few other users (Outlook 2003) in the office.  The secretary has Author rights and can edit, add and delete anything.  She has deleted appointments from the main calendar and they are not being removed from the calendar so the attorney believes there is a lot going on when it's all been canceled..  Any idea what the problem/setting could be?
lkretzBKAsked:
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lkretzBKAuthor Commented:
note also that when I, or any other shared user, opens the calendar, the information is correct and the deleted entries are not showing.  Just showing on the main user which is so very wrong!
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lkretzBKAuthor Commented:
Sorry...I lied...I am also now seeing all of the information after he shared his calendar with me.
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Mohammed RahmanCommented:
Try to launch outlook by typing outlook /cleanfreebusy in the RUN windows on the computer which shows incorrect info and check if that resolves the issue.
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Mohammed RahmanCommented:
I would also suggest, create a new profile on that computer and that may fix the issue.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/new_profile.htm
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lkretzBKAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  I will try the first and if that doesn't work, try the second suggestion.
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lkretzBKAuthor Commented:
The problem turned out to be the user's phone. His phone was keeping all of the deleted entries and then would sync with is computer and put everything back in.  He's since made the changes necessary.  Thank you for your help though! Much appreciated!
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