Shared Calendars in Outlook 2007 not adding appointment

Posted on 2011-04-20
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OK, here's the situation, in a law firm, lawyers secretary has access to shared calendars of four different people. When she creates a new appointment, all calendars but hers gets the appointment added. She gets an email about it, but the allow, decline, options are greyed out.   This just started happening as of last week. Before when she would add appointments she would be prompted if she would like to update her calendar but that isnt happening anymore.  I have gone some searching online and cant find anything.

Any thoughts would be great

I have tried doing a repair install of office so far.
Question by:TFMX
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scifo_dk earned 2000 total points
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Have you tryed "deleting" her connection to the shared calendar, and then connected it again?


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