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Unable to open Shared Calendar in Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2010

We recently migrated Exchange from 2007 to 2010 and any users that were created after the migration, we are unable to open up their calendar. I have added myself to the Full Access Permission list and am still unable to open up their calendar.

The error we are getting is: "You do not have permission to view this calendar. Do you want to ask User Name to share his or her Calendar with you?"

If I add this users mailbox to my profile, I get the "Cannot expand this folder" error.

We are running Exchange 2010 SP1 (Build 281.15)
Outlook 2007 SP2 (12.0.6545.5004)
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endital1097Commented:
I would start by running an EXBPA report to see if it detects a permission issue
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tkmluvAuthor Commented:
It did come back with an issue of a permission inheritance block on the Exchange Domain Servers group. I fixed the error and re-ran the EXBPA Permissions scan and it was clean but I am still unable to access the calendar/mailbox.

I ran a Health Check and the only thing that I see that may be causing this issue is it is telling me that the MailBoxRole is partially configured. This server has been running for 3 months with no problems.

And for some reason the "First Administrative Group" is still showing up. (see attached)
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e_aravindCommented:
Did you tried using the option "Open a Shared Calendar" link from the calendar folder\menu @ Outlook?

If needed follow the rest sequence of asking and granting permission with the other user (shared calendar)
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tkmluvAuthor Commented:
Yea, we have done that. The thing is I have access to all mailboxes and we only have a problem accessing the calendars/inbox of users created after the Upgrade to 2010 that are having this problem.
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e_aravindCommented:
Did you tried adding some reviewer permission @ the mailbox level too?

I remember that along with the folder-permission we need to add some more permission @ mailbox too.
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tkmluvAuthor Commented:
The thing is I am able to add the Full Access Permission in EMC to any account and able to access them just fine just not accounts created after the upgrade.

After some searching I was able to get it working with the following command in the Exchange Management Shell

Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.Admin -erroraction silentlyContinue
$userAccounts = get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited
ForEach ($user in $userAccounts)
{
add-MailboxPermission -identity $user -user “Domain Admins” -AccessRights FullAccess
}

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tkmluvAuthor Commented:
After some searching brought on by the above comments, I found the solution myself.
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