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Outlook 2010 opening shared calendar hangs at "updating"

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I have a Win7 pro workstation with Outlook 2010 connecting to an SBS 2008 Exchange 2007 server.  User is trying to open a shared calendar of another user running XP and Outlook 2007.

The calendar appears in the pane but just sits there unpopulated with "updating" for a while and then says "no connection".

It says all folders up to date and connected to exchange at the bottom.

HELP!   Thanks.
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE earned 2000 total points
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Did the other user 'share' his/her calendar using 'delegate'?
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by:dgrenda
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Thank you. Exactly. I actually figured that out right after I submitted the question.
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Y/W :)
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